Resource for elementary school students that includes facts and photos for over 1200 animals. A NOVEL database.
Resource for elementary and middle school students that includes articles on US cities, states, and Presidents. Also timelines, games, and almanac. A NOVEL database.
Find customers and understand markets. Combines extensive consumer household, market segmentation, and demographic data from ESRI® with GIS mapping technology. Research tools for developing business plans and assessing service population.
From Salem Press, a decade-by-decade survey of 20th century North American history. Coverage of events, movements, people, popular culture, literature, art, sports, science, technology, economics, and politics. Remote use: Liverpool Cardholders Only.
100s of topics on the arts, math, history, science, sports, and English language from a variety of sources. Middle school and up.
Encyclopedia articles, recent international news stories, biographies, for grades 6 and up. A NOVEL Database.
A growing collection of always-available reference ebooks. Read on your computer or portable device. GVRL has ReadSpeaker text-to-speech technology built in for 19 languages and on-demand translation for 11 languages.
From Salem Press, a far reaching view of history organized around significant events. Covers Ancient World, Middle Ages, Renaissance, and each century from the 17th to the 20th. Remote use: Liverpool Cardholders Only.
Resources for upper middle school students through adults that includes encyclopedia articles, news, timelines, quizzes, games, research starters. Articles can be grouped by lexile level. A NOVEL Database.
Includes: Amazing Animals of the World, America the Beautiful, Encyclopedia Americana, Grolier Multimedia, Lands and People, New Book of Knowledge, New Book of Popular Science, La Neuva Enciclopedia Cumbre. A NOVEL Database.
Kid friendly interface for Amazing Animals of the World, America the Beautiful, Encyclopedia Americana, Grolier Multimedia, Lands and People, New Book of Knowledge, New Book of Popular Science, La Neuva Enciclopedia Cumbre. A NOVEL Database.
Residential Genealogy. Over 1.5 million historic detailed high resolution property and antique maps that can be searched by keyword and address. Geo-code allows a comparsion of modern Google maps with historic maps. Available until May 14.
Spanish language encyclopedia written from a Latin American perspective. Includes timelines, maps, and an events calendar.
Resource for middle and high school students that includes articles on countries, cultures, and current events. Also atlas and almanacs. A NOVEL daatabase.
Analyzes the most important works in all genres -- long fiction, short fiction, poetry, drama, and nonfiction. Browse by genre or by geographical location. Includes author biographies, criticism, analysis, plot summaries, bibliographies, time lines.
Articles with lower level vocabulary plus news stories and web sites. Includes literary selections, timelines, projects and experiments for grades 3 and up. A NOVEL Database.
Resource for elementary and middle school students. Science articles, science news, hands-on projects, biographies of famous scientists, maps, and technical illustrations. A NOVEL database.
Research, analyze, and organize data on today's hottest social issues. Get help with writing assignments, preparing for debates, creating presentations. Includes pro and con viewpoint essays, primary source documents, periodical articles, maps, and more.
Business section includes addresses, phone, maps, executives, sales, # of employees, line of business, more. Residential section includes names, addresses, phone, median income,home value, and maps. iPad app available from the iTunes store.
Sanborn maps are large-scale plans of a city or town, created to assist fire insurance companies as they assessed risk. Detailed property and land-use records for more than 12,000 U.S. towns and cities. Available until May 31.