All databases listed are accessible with a Greater Access or Willoughby Eastlake Public Library Card. If you have trouble getting into a database, please contact email@example.com
CultureGrams- Find information about countries. Learn about people and places, the history of the country, lifestyle, society, and culture facts. Listen to countries' anthems, see pictures, and get graphs and timelines, even recipes!
Biography Resource Center: African Americans - Information on over 25,000 notable African Americans and 42,000 full articles.
Kids Search (K-6) - Easy searching for stuff about animals, arts and music, geography, health, news, language and arts, math, science, social studies, and sports. Use the Image Search to find pictures for your report.
Literature Resource Center - Access to biographies, bibliographies and critical analysis of books and authors. Searchable by author name, title, genre, literary movement or literary theme.
Novelist Plus - Need help finding a book to read for school? Use the Advanced Search feature to search for books by Lexile level. You can even limit by subjects and genres.
MAS Ultra - School Edition - Designed specifically for high school. Contains full text for more than 700 popular general interest and current events publications with information dating as far back as 1975 for key magazines.
Read the Books - These are reading lists for your school. Find a book and reserve a copy at the library.
Searchasuraus (Elementary) - Fun search for stuff about animals, art and music, health, history, people and places, science and math, sports, and stories. Use the Lexile search feature to make sure you're getting the right reading levels.
Student Research Center - Search by any topic, type of resource, publication date and your grade level. Find magazine and newspaper articles, encyclopedia entries, biographies, radio and TV transcripts, country reports, state reports, primary source documents, and look at photos, maps, and flags.
World Book Kids: Encyclopedia (K-8) - Search this fun interactive encyclopedia for your homework assignments.
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