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    • By: Richard Spara
      • You can checkout books, DVDs, and CDs. and more
      • Audio books are available
      • There is Hooked on Phonics for parents to checkout to help their children learn to read
      • If English is a problem they have many other languages to provide
      • Plus a vast selection of newspapers from major cities and tons of magazines to enjoy
    • Computer Access
      • Children, Students, Adults can go on the internet
      • Students can use it to research for school assignments
      • You can browse the library catalog
      • If you have a laptop you can access the internet through it also
    • Online References/Databases
      • World Book Encyclopedia
      • Mergent Online
      • California Libraries Catalog
      • Full Text General
      • Business and Health Magazines-EbscoHost
      • Greenwood Daily Life Online/World Cultures Today
      • Newspaper Articles-Newsbank
      • Literature Resources-Literature Resource Center
      • Proquest/LA Times
      • Reference USA, and California Statistics-Rand
      • This is a great place to assist you with research projects with many reference tools. The reference tools are as follows:
      • Encyclopedias
      • Dictionaries
      • World Atlases
      • Almanacs
      • Microfilm
      • And much more
      The Reference Desk
      • A great thing about the library is we all can grab a book and read along. The library offers community programs for all ages and the programs are as follows:
      • The children’s program provides story times for preschool children
      • An annual Summer Reading Celebration with a "Read Aloud/Read Along" component for pre-readers
      • Teen Services aims to educate, entertain, and encourage teens to make the library an important part of their lives.
      • Library hosts an ongoing book discussion club
      • Plus more
      Can’t We All Just Get a Book
    • Jobs Are Hard to Come By So Be Prepared
      • Vocational guides
      • Occupational study guides
      • Entrance exam study guides
      • School reviews & ratings
      • College Blue Book
      • Local college & education catalogs
    • The Library Has So Many Uses I Betcha Can’t Choose Just One