Want to read about an animal you have just seen or an event you just learned about and you are not near the library? Try TrueFlix where you can watch a video, read a book, try a project and find links to learn more about whatever you are interested it – animals, disasters, outer space, […]
Hoopla, our newest app for streaming can be set to filter for kids. Go to Settings on your device and flip the toggle to put Hoopla into Kids Mode for your device then tune into movies, music, audiobooks and ebooks just for kids. Find information about Hoopla on our Student Resources page and start streaming […]
Not enough room to pack all the books you want to read on vacation? Use the Tumble Book Library to access more stories, graphic novels, non-fiction, ebooks even create your own playlists. Use the Puzzles and games tab to have some fun when you are taking a break from reading. TumbleBook Library is in Student […]
In this episode: Director Karen Knox, Outreach Coordinator Gina Crowther, and Youth Librarian Suzanne Tison discuss some of the exciting programming we have scheduled for this summer; Head of Youth Services Deb Refior talks about our Summer Reading programs; Head of Adult Services Beth Sheridan and Oakland University archaeologist Dr. Mike Pytlik give details about […]
Director Karen Knox, Head of Youth Services Deb Refior, and Adult Librarian Kate Kloor discuss the upcoming library news and programs for May and June. Volunteer Coordinator Lori McGeary discusses the volunteer program at the library and Head of Adult Services Beth Sheridan highlights the upcoming Summer Reading Program.
Looking for information about animals, science, the world around us? Try Pebble Go, a database designed for emerging readers who are eager to explore the wonders of their world. There are games, videos, activities and more in a colorful and easy to navigate database.