NEW Online Resources Available During Library Closure

These are unprecedented times, and many companies that offer online services to libraries are helping out by making their services free for a limited time.  Looking for more to read at home?  Or maybe you want to do some genealogy research?  Check out the links below!

And don’t forget the resources we offer year-round.  Check out books and movies, magazines and newspapers, and online scholarly research.

For Adults:

Ancestry: Research your family history using one of the most popular genealogy research sites.  Normally only available for in-library use, Ancestry is now accessible from home for a limited time.

AudioBookCloud: Offers free audiobooks for all ages

RomanceBookCloud: Offers free romance ebooks

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Bookpage: The reading recommendation publication that you pick up for free at the library is now available online.

Gale in Context: College:  Interdisciplinary content that reinforces the development of skills such as critical thinking, problem-solving, communication, collaboration, creativity, and innovation.

COVID-19 Updates and Information: Collection of COVID-19 updates and information from trusted, authoritative sources.

For Kids:

TumbleBook Library: E-Books for kids grades K-6

TumbleMath: Animated e-books for kids grades K-6 with a focus on math

Miss Humblebee’s Academy: An interactive kindergarten-readiness program that introduces children ages three to six to key concepts in math, science, social studies, language and literacy, art, and music.

Check out this list of free online storytimes, drawing lessons, reading guides, and more!

For Teens:

TeenBookCloud: Ebooks for teens grades 7-12

Gale in Context: High School: Supports student papers, projects, and presentations while empowering the development of critical thinking and problem-solving skills with content aligned to national and state curriculum standards.