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Just for Kids and Young Adults

Kids are our most valuable patrons!

A child who is nurtured and encouraged to read is a child who grows up to be a reader, an encourager, and a nurturer. We believe that by teaching a child the value of a good library we have given him or her an appreciation of knowledge, research, curiosity, discovery and fantasy. Keep watching our site as we post more and more programs and activities for children.
Websites for Kids
 http://www.fcrr.org  - Printable reading centers & activities
 http://www.storylineonline.net - Read aloud picture books
http://childfun.com
 http://www.crayola.com
 http://www.dltk-kids.com
 http://www.sos.mo.gov/kids
 http://kids.usa.gov
 http://www.funbrain.com
 http://kids.nationalgeographic.com/kids
http://kids.discovery.com
 http://www.askkids.com

 http://www.kidclicks.org - Delivers safe search results for kids

  

Young Adult readers are encouraged to visit the library often. Your section continues to grow with new books coming in every month. Come check out the brand new computers with 20” flat screens! The connection is extremely fast so your online gaming won’t lag. A library is a place for all types of recreation. The new DVD collection is growing fast. Come in and make a request for something you would like to see in our collection. Learning Express is an online testing website now available here at the library or at home with your library membership.  (See Addtional Information below.) Through our server you can now practice ACT, and SAT tests before the big day. We look forward to seeing you at the library.

Websites for Teens

http://www.cliffsnotes.com - literature notes and study guides, covering literature, Shakespeare, biology, chemistry, math, calculus, history, and much more

http://bensguide.gpo.gov - Ben's Guide to U.S. Government for Kids.  Online educational tool for students K-12.  On this site, Benjamin Franklin teaches how our government works and how to access primary source materials.

http://www.infoplease.com  

http://www.4tests.com  - free online practice test site http://www.testprepreview.com/ - free online practice test site

www.wikipedia.com

www.dictionary.com

www.presidency.ucsb.edu - American Presidency Project

www.arborday.org  

www.careeronestop.org - US Dept of Labor sponsored portal

http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/  - Historic American Newspapers

www.fastweb.monster.com/ - Scholarships, Financial Aid, and Colleges

www.sports-reference.com/ - Sports Reference

http://owl.english.purdue.edu/ - Purdue Online Writing Lab (OWt

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Resources for All Ages

Additional Information

 

EBSCOhost ~ Learning Express

This is a wonderful research tool for ALL ages!

  

To access the Ebscohost main page link, and the other links below you will need a 7-digit login ID. Here’s how: 

  1. You will use these three digits, 644 and your library ID. For example, if your ID is 1234, your Ebscohost login will be 6441234. Simple!
  2. If you don’t know your ID, just ask Susan, Carolyn, or Diana.

EBSCOhost Main Menu:   http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?authtype=ip,cpid&custid=s9131827defaultdb=nlebk

It has links to general research and public library access that include:  

  1. Alphabetical List of Resources - Choose and Search ALL resources from an alphabetical list.
  2. eBook Collection - Fiction & Nonfiction titles for all, including a wide range of subjects & topics.
  3. Consumer Health Complete - Covering all areas of health & wellness from mainstream to alternative.
  4. Academic  Search Elite - Peer reviewed journals for Academics and college bound  students.
  5. Science Reference Center - Teacher and student resources for all science research needs

  

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You can also directly access these EBSCOhost links using your Login ID





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For Information and/or Help with Addictions:

 

The vast majority of people who need treatment for substance abuse do not seek it. Though there are many barriers that hinder people from getting the help they need, awareness is a significant factor. This can be in the form of lack of recognition or just not knowing the available avenues for help. So we created a comprehensive set of guides that provide information on many of the prevailing substance abuses that are affecting our communities today, various care options, and many free resources. Below are examples of helpful guides: 


https://rehab.help.org/ https://rehab.help.org/guide-to-alcohol-addiction/ https://rehab.help.org/guide-to-heroin-addiction/ https://rehab.help.org/guide-to-methamphetamine-addiction/ https://rehab.help.org/guide-to-cocaine-addiction/