Use the library catalog to identify children's books before searching the library shelves.
To find fiction children's books, you'll need to use subject searching. In advanced search with the subject filter for "juvenile fiction," add a keyword for topic and/or genre you're interested in. An example might be subject: "juvenile fiction" and "bears." Try using "juvenile literature" as well.
Narrow these results to "online" or a specific Temple library using the options to the left of the results list. If you find a specific title that interests you, there's a good chance that similar books will be in the same area on the shelves.
If you're searching for a specific identity, ethnicity, religious, or racial group, etc, please note that library records don't always mention the identity, race, or ethnicity of characters or subjects in books. You might need to physically browse the shelves or look at lists if you're concerned that you'll miss out on diverse books.
Shortcuts to common searches. You can filter results for "online" or "in the library" and narrow it down to your home library on the left of the results page.