Tutor.com provides live tutor assistance daily from noon - 11:00 p.m.
Animal Fact Guide has interesting facts and videos about animals around the world.
Distinguished Women of Past and Present has biographies of distinguished women by name or by field of achievement.
Gallery of Achievers has biographies of people whose accomplishments shaped the 20th century.
Infoplease.com has more than 30,000 biographies searchable by individual or by category.
KidsReads has book lists, author interviews, puzzles and more for kids ages 6-12.
Guys Read has great book suggestions for boys to read or listen to.
COUNTRIES AND STATES
Central Intelligence Agency Fact Book is a great place to find information, maps, and flags of all the countries in the world.
Stately Knowledge helps kids find basic facts about any state as well as Washington, D.C.
Science Fair Project Resource Guide is an excellent site that links kids to a variety of great web resources for science fair projects.
The Big/Little Kids Book lists organizations in the Quad-City area that help families and children.
PBS Kids Raising Readers is a wonderful place where kids can play free reading games and do activities with parents and caregivers to get them ready for school.
Accelerated Reader and Lexile Search
Use Accelerated Reader and/or Lexile Search to pull up a list of books from our catalog at a reading level that's perfect for you!
Early Literacy Stations™ (5)
Early Literacy Stations™ are available for use by young children, ages 2-8, and their parents/caregivers, from the time the Library opens until 15 minutes before the Library closes.
No Library card required. Sessions last 20 minutes.
Internet Stations (14)
These stations are available for use by school-age children and adults accompanied by children from the time the Library opens until 15 minutes before the Library closes.
The stations include Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Powerpoint, and Publisher), very useful for school projects.
Log in with your library card and PIN number. Sessions last 1 hour.