Search for books, recordings, DVDs, magazines, and more in all Amarillo Public Library locations. Searches can be made by subject, author, title, or other common elements used to identify our items, or you may conduct a general keyword search.
We believe that most people have a fundamental desire to understand who they are and from where they came, and that anyone interested in discovering, preserving and sharing their family history is a potential user of Ancestry.com. We strive to make our service valuable to individuals ranging from the most committed family historians to those taking their first steps towards satisfying their curiosity about their family stories.
Due to our agreement with Ancestry.com, this service is available on library computers only.
Interested in getting your novel, memoir, poetry collection, children's book and more in eBook and print-ready formats? Pressbooks Public is an easy-to-use online tool that allows you to create professional quality versions of your book in ePUB, MOBI, PDF and more—all through your library.
SELF-e offers indie authors the chance to place e-books in front of librarians at state or national level. BiblioBoard is providing the nuts and bolts of the platform and Library Journal will carry out the vetting and evaluation of selected e-book titles.
Own Your Content Some libraries have a mission to own and preserve content without fear of being tied to a particular delivery platform. Other library systems are looking to license their own content from publishers and host it themselves. Our approach supports both of these strategies.
These eBooks are for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever. You may copy them, give them away or re-use them under the terms of the Project Gutenberg License included with these eBooks or online at www.gutenberg.org.
A comprehensive, statewide collection of resources and information to help Texans address the economic effects of obesity. In addition, maps will help identify the state’s obesity hot spots — areas most in need of targeted intervention.
Tumble Books bring story books to life, and offer parents and caregivers a great opportunity to share their favorite books or discover new ones. Older readers will enjoy Tumble Readables, a mix of story, chapter, and classic books that will bring the love of literature home! This resource is provided by library membership in the Harrington Library Consortium.
With Cypress Resume, you can effortlessly create a professional resume and cover letter easily! Over 100,000 professions are represented in Cypress Resume by over 1,100 core task groups.
Global Road Warrior will help you understand other countries and cultures, whether you are writing a paper, or planning a trip abroad. Learn about tipping in Burundi, or how to dress for a business meeting in Austria. Are immunizations required to visit Canada? Get answers to your cultural and geography questions through GRW. This resource is made possible by library membership in the Harrington Library Consortium.
Columbia Granger’s World of Poetry. This resource is made possible by library membership in the Harrington Library Consortium.
A powerful reference tool that includes encyclopedic, multimedia, e-book, and primary source databases, fully integrated in a single search. Tailored for the needs and skills of students in grades 8 and up, World Book Advanced includes a customizable interface, a streamlined design, and personalized homepage content features.
Tailored for students in elementary and middle schools, World Book Student includes all the articles from the print versions of the World Book Encyclopedia, plus thousands of additional articles, learning resources, and research tools.
World Book Kids is the premier general reference Web site developed especially for young students. The site features simple navigation, easy-to-read articles, thousands of illustrations, videos, comparison tools, and a wealth of engaging games and activities.
World Book Discover offers engaging reference resources for students reading below grade level because of language or learning difficulties, with content and tools specifically developed for these students. The collection includes reference articles, text-to-speech capabilities, learning and life skills activities, research tools, multimedia, and interactive video to draw students into curriculum-related topics and subjects relevant to older students.
World Book Digital Libraries offer an online, interactive complement to World Book’s newest print reference sets. Each library features all the content from the print set as well as videos and animations, interactive activities, Web sites, lesson plans, curriculum correlations, and links to encyclopedic content.
Take a practice GED test, sharpen your interview skills, or work through a skills course with Learning Express Library. This resource can be used by all members of the family, whether taking a practice TAKS test or reading an ebook to learn how to craft a winning resume. Learning Express Library is available 24/ 7 through library membership in the Harrington Library Consortium.
A-to-Z the USA is the “go-to” resource for US state and territory information. No other product combines so many cultural, historical, and social topic reports with so many modern and vintage maps, photos, and other images.
The TexShare Database Program provides a wealth of electronic database resources to over 700 public, academic, and libraries of clinical medicine throughout the state at a significant cost savings. These electronic databases are powerful research tools available 24 hours a day in the homes or offices of registered patrons of participating Texas libraries.
A powerful and complete career selection and job search tool to change the way individuals search for jobs. Job & Career Accelerator™ from LearningExpress is the most innovative, comprehensive, and fully integrated online job search system available. It puts job seekers in the driver's seat and on the fast track to career success!
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