February is Language Learning Month. We can help you learn languages spoken all over the world, including Pirate and Shakespeare!
Looking for a good book to read, but not sure where to start? Try out our Readers Advisory database, Novelist Plus, offering recommendations on both fiction and nonfiction titles.
The Information & Reader Services Staff have compiled our choices for the 2015 Nonfiction Staff Recommends.
Did you know that you have access to Chicago Consumers Checkbook from home with your library card. This is a great database for consumer information.
Did you see the new Peanuts movie this weekend? You can read the eComic about Charlie Brown and his pals through your smart phone or tablet using the library's Hoopla service.
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You can now set your preference when placing a hold in My Media Mall to ‘auto-checkout’ the title when it becomes available.
Scare up some great Halloween entertainment this month with Hoopla. Check out some great Halloween titles in October including movies, tv shows, audiobooks, and eComics.
With 20.9% of the vote, A Wrinkle in Time by Madeleine L'Engle won the first annual Favorite Banned/Challenged Book poll. Published in 1962, winner of the Newbery Medal, Sequoyah Book Award, and Lewis Carroll Shelf Award, this favorite of readers of all ages has never been out of print.
Did you know that you have full access to the online archive of National Geographic, 1888-present. Learn about history, geography, science, and other world culture or view the beautiful photography with this famous publication.