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Library Resources

Library Resources
Link to the Clevnet databases, and other electronic databases.

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Net Notice

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American Library Association

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Information Site


Read This Now

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Ohio's live reference service connecting readers and books online.

Homework Help


Homework Help: Databases

CultureGrams   This database provides photographs and information about countries, provinces, states and famous people.It also includes a recipe collection from every country.
  EBSCOhost   EBSCOhost provides access to full-text information on a broad range of topics including general interest, business, health and multi-cultural.
  World Book   Find homework help and answer everyday questions with World Books' rich collection of articles, multimedia, maps, and useful research tools.

Homework Help: Web Links

  Multnomah County Library
Homework Center
  Basic homework sites plus astronomy, maps, religion, wars, holidays, American History, health, government, animals and more!
  State of Ohio Government
Front Page
  Elected officials / Agencies / Ohio laws / State symbols
Internet Public Library Research & writing guide / Career & College information / Links to other homework help sites.
  B.J. Pinchbeck
Homework Helper
  440 terrific sites to help you with math history, computer science, music and art, social studies, foreign languages, current events, English, and search tips.

Library Programs for Children & Teens

  Welcome Baby Project   Co-sponsored with the Bellevue Kiwanis, this program provides books to newborns and helpful information to their parents. The purpose is to establish the importance and benefits of reading to children from infancy.
  Toddler Time   For ages 1 & 2 with an adult. Toddler Time features 20 minutes of stories, songs and rhymes. Registration is not required.
  Preschool Storytime   For ages 3 5 with an adult. Preschool Story Time offers a Spring Series (February - March with registration in January,) Summer series (June - July with registration in May), and a Fall series (October - November with registration in September). It features 40 minutes of stories, rhymes, music and crafts. Registration is required.
Puppet shows, Craft days and Other Children's Programs For these special programs, refer to the library's monthy calendar for dates and times.
Summer  Reading Offered beginning the second week of June and continues for eight weeks. It features incentives for all ages to continue reading throughout the summer. Special programs relating to the summer reading theme are also offered. Registration is required and accepted throughout the eight-week program.