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Snow days are the best days. When work and school are closed, and you’ve already made your obligatory milk and bread run to the store, you’ve got nowhere to be and are in no hurry to get there. Everything is covered in a sparkling blanket of white, sounds are muted, and the world slows down. It’s easy to appreciate the beauty of winter on these days, when you’re snuggled up in your cozy home, possibly with a good book courtesy of your local library!
Getting started in your genealogical research can be daunting. Maybe you have tried before, but you hit a wall and lost steam, maybe you feel overwhelmed by the amount of information to organize or maybe you just don’t know what resources are available and how to use them. Wherever you may be in your journey, the library is a great place to get started.
Math can be one of the most difficult topics to work on with your student as your method of solving a problem may vary from the method they were taught in class. This is a good way to give your student access to credible resources for practice and help to ease some of those anxieties. If you enjoy this post, check out the related articles at the bottom of the page introducing other homework help resources.
If you’ve ever dreamed of a modern-day country romance with a Pride and Prejudice twist, this month’s Big Library Read on OverDrive is just the wild-west-head-over-heels romance you have been waiting for.
Provides step-by-step repair instructions, service bulletins, recall information, wiring diagrams, maintenance tips, and other information for foreign and domestic cars from 1954-present. All of the content in AutoMate has been created by ASE certified technicians.
Biography Reference Center is a collection of full-text biographies on notable personalities from around the world, including actors, authors, world leaders, inventors and much, much more.
Hey, I’ve got a proposition I would like you to consider. Instead of doing the whole Valentine’s Day business this year, what if you completely ignored the customary hubbub of the holiday and stayed in to get completely unnerved with some good old-fashioned horror cinema? Surely, I’m not the first person to propose such a venture? To sweeten the pot, I have even gone to the trouble of curating a handful of titles to help you pull off this feat.
Print- and screen-reading friendly full-text Oklahoman newspaper articles from 1981 to present.