Libraries are physical or virtual places where users can find selected and categorized collections of information resources, and help in finding and using those collections.
A motivational reading program that allows you to search for books, create book lists and take quizzes on books you have read.
Offers tips for choosing a topic, finding background information, selecting and evaluating resources, searching for information, and citing sources. From Duke University Libraries.
Free access to high-quality digital books from around the world. Browse by age, genre, book length, character types, or even the color of a book's cover.
Homework help by subject, tools for writing research papers, and a form for asking a reference question, as well as fun stuff including humor, trivia, a poetry wiki, urban legends, and a graphic novels guide.
Features information about children's literature including book reviews, reading lists and author interviews. Kids can learn about new titles, participate in contests and play literary games and trivia.
A global directory of library home pages. Search by location, address, and size of collection.
Directory of web sites, arranged by type of library.
Provides students with access to educational tools and literacy-related resources such as language arts games, book trailers, book reviews, search engines, author websites and reference works.
Listen to interactive children's stories, play with on-line activities, print out take-home activities, reading list and more. In English and Spanish.
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