Beginning June 4, the majority of our libraries will be open with limited services and building capacity due to the COVID-19 outbreak, details here. Curbside service is available at 19 of our 25 branches, details here. Book returns are open and late fees will be waived once library items are returned. We are open 24/7 on our website, which features free online resources, here, and a comprehensive list of free community services, here.

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Homework Help

Free Online Tutoring

Get help with your homework from 1pm to 10pm daily! Subjects include math, science, social studies, and more!

Free Homework Help

Featured Resources

Brainfuse Writing Lab

Writing experts are on-hand to analyze your writing! Constructive comments are returned to you within 24 hours.

Culturegrams

Information on countries and territories including customs, lifestyles, and social conditions.

LearningExpress Library

Improve your basic skills in reading, writing, math, or prepare for the U.S. citizenship exam.

Parents, help your child with IXL

Unlimited practice in math, language arts, science, and social studies.

Subject Areas

History

United States and world history.

Math

Basic math to calculus.

Science & Technology

Science, technology, engineering, and math.

Biography

Biographies and people

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National Geographic Kids

Explore the natural world with interactive games, fun videos, and get homework help from the creators of the award winning magazine.

Extra help for your math final

Need some extra help understanding adding and subtracting fractions, factoring, geometry, and inequalities?

Help Those In Need By Donating to Food For Thought

We are currently waiving all customer library fines upon request due to COVID-19! Pay it forward with a donation to Food for Thought.

A Children's Book List for Anti-Racist Activism

EmbraceRace compiled this list with the help of literacy organizations, The Conscious Kid, and American Indians in Children's Literature.

An Antiracist Reading List

Ibram X. Kendi from The New York Times has compiled a list of books to help America transcend its racist heritage. Digital formats too.

Do you have overdue items or fines that you need to pay?

We are currently waiving all customer library fines upon request due to COVID-19! Pay it forward with a donation to Food for Thought.

Enjoy the Library Your Way

Learn more about the Library District's partial reopening with limited capacity starting June 4. Curbside Pick-Up Service will continue.

Essential Reading: The Vanishing Half

The new novel "The Vanishing Half" explores race and identity in America. It's timeless — and urgent. Digital formats are available too.

Addressing Inequity, Equality & Organizing for Young Readers

Taylor Worley of the Springfield Public Library has compiled titles that "elevate the voice of young activists". Ideal for middle schoolers.

Books About Black Movements and Systemic Racism in America

These titles have been compiled by Lawrence Ware, co-director of the Center for Africana Studies. Digital formats are available too.

DIY Lava Lamps

Kristy from Clark County Library will show us how we can make our own lava lamps out of mason jars and a few household ingredients!

Nevada Reads 2020!

Nomadland: Surviving America in the Twenty-First Century is now available for download with no waitlist thanks to #NevadaReads!

Essential #BlackLivesMatter Reading

Listening is as important as speaking, now more than ever. Check out one of these acclaimed titles from our collection (+ digital formats).

Learn How To Make An Origami Pac-Man

Mr. Scott will show you how to make your very own Pac-Man or Ms. Pac-Man out of paper!

Learn How To Create Your Own Zine

Ms. Natalia from Sunrise Library will show us how we can make our own zine to share with your friends or family!

Take the 2020 Summer Challenge & Earn Cool Prizes

MORE FOX 5 shows you how fun and easy it is for kids and teens to take part in this year's Summer Challenge!

Browse staff picks, new titles, and more

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