Kids & Teens

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Reading lists are now available for this year’s Oregon Battle of the Books!

All of this year’s OBOB titles are available to check out or place on hold in the children’s section of the library.

Battle of the Books is a statewide reading competition open to students in grades 3 through 12. To learn more about Oregon Battle of the Books, click on the OBOB logo at the top of the page.

 


Online Study and Homeschooling Resources

 

Find an AR Book Here!AR BookFinder

Want to see if a book in our collection is an Accelerated Reader book? Enter a title into AR BookFinder’s search engine, and it will tell you if it is an Accelerated Reader title. Click on the red book to get started!

 

 

 

 

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Lexile Find a Book

Need to find a book that matches your Lexile score? Look up reading lists or check the Lexile score of one of our titles with Lexile’s Find a Book page! Click on the Lexile logo on the right to get started!

 


Homework Help and Test Preparation

With your child’s library card number, parents and educators can create an individualized account that provides access to skill-building games and exercises for elementary school children in core subjects like math and language arts.

Learning Express Library

 

 


Databases

The library offers databases and online resources for learners of all ages! The databases below are designed specifically for use by elementary, middle, and high school students, featuring easy search and navigation as well as age-appropriate content. With a parent or guardian’s help, children can log onto the following databases using their library card number:

Elementary Students

National Geographic Kids       Gale Kids InfoBits          Gale Junior Reference Collection

 

Middle School Students

InfoTrac Junior          Junior Reference Collection

 

Middle and High School Students

Opposing Viewpoints in Context          Student Resources in Context          U.S. History in Context

 

High School and College-Bound Students

InfoTrac Student          DISCovering Collegection