Online Resources for Homework Help
Use of these resources requires a valid library card
if you are using them outside a Madison Public Library. For more online homework help, see also:
A public library version of the popular Ancestry.com that contains census data, passenger lists, and birth, marriage and death records. Search by name, by where a person lived or browse by region or states.
EBSCOhost includes thousands of indexed magazines, many full-text, for over fifteen years. Magazine coverage ranges from the popular to the academic.
A Spanish elementary encyclopedia, containing images, Spanish-language videos, and learning materials specifically designed for younger students.
HeritageQuest provides access to genealogy records and books, including census data, local histories, tax rolls, cemetery lists, military rosters, and more.
Civil service, high school and college prep & citizenship tests, computer training, and other information for career training. Create an account to test and track your progress. Includes TOEFL and some materials in Spanish.
Includes thousands of full-text poems, short stories, essays, speeches and plays. Also includes biographies, work summaries, photos, and a glossary.
NoveList K-8 meets all the fictional reading needs of kids (0-18) and includes picture books, chapter books, and young adult titles.
News for Kids and Families
Fall Library Book Sales
Support your favorite library and one of many Friends' groups by selecting great deals at these upcoming book sales hosted by Libary Friends' groups before the end of the year.
Posted by Emily on
November 20, 2015
Meadowridge Library's Annual Pie Sale
Stock up for Thanksgiving at the Friends of the Meadowridge Library's annual - and very popular - pie sale.
Tuesday, November 24, 10 am until pies run out!
There will be many
Posted by Tana on
November 19, 2015
Wonders of Watercolor
An exhibit of watercolor paintings created by artist Luci Shirek and students in her Madison College continuing education course are on display at Pinney Library through January
Posted by Jaime on
November 17, 2015
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