- Look up words in an online English-Yiddish dictionary at yiddishdictionaryonline.com
- Check out YiddishPOP, the brand-new Yiddish website for children
- Consult the YIVO Encyclopedia of Jews in Eastern Europe. Check out the page on Yiddish children’s literature.
- The Steven Spielberg Digital Yiddish Library of the National Yiddish Book Center features The Noah Cotsen Library of Yiddish Children’s Literature, which includes important Yiddish authors, like Sholem Aleichem or Kadya Molodowsky, as well as translations of world classics, like Mark Twain’s Tom Sawyer or Robert Louis Stevenson’s Treasure Island (Oytser Indzl).
- The Yiddish Children’s books from the Special Collections at the Florida Atlantic University – This archive of digitized books includes classics like Rudyard Kipling’s The Jungle Book (דאָס בוך פֿון דער וויסטע), folktales by Hans Christian Andersen, as well as Yiddish classics for children by great authors like Sholem Aleichem, I.L. Peretz, and Mani Leyb.
- The Center for Jewish History archive contains beautiful Yiddish children’s books, written by writers like Leyb Kvitko and illustrated by artists like El Lissitzky and Issachar Ryback.
- Read Dr Seuss or Curious George in Yiddish – www.yiddishcat.com
- Download the app Yiddish for Kids 2 – Verter and practice your Yiddish vocabulary.
- The organization Yugntruf (Youth for Yiddish) organizes the yearly Yidish-vokh (Yiddish week).