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Written by Meg Spencer. Posted in General

NoveList Guide to Fiction and Nonfiction Love fiction? Find your home here. NoveList will help you answer the fundamental question for all readers everywhere: What should I read next? Contains lists, reviews, feature articles, and more. Search by authors, plot lines, series, reading level, etc., and find out other books you are sure to enjoy. To access this information, log in with your library card and PIN number by clicking here, then choose “NoveList Guide to Fiction” on the left-side menu. Questions? Call 801-229-7175.

Shakespeare for Students Studying or reading Shakespeare? With this e-book, you'll have access to critical interpretations of the Bard's greatest works, along with plot summaries and character profiles that help further decode these dramatic masterpieces.To access this e-book, log in with your library card and PIN number by clicking here and choose “Gale Virtual Reference Library” on the left-side menu. You will find this resource under “Literature”. Questions? Call 801-229-7175.

Biography Resource Center integrates award-winning biographies with related full-text articles from hundreds of magazines and newspapers, as well as tens of thousands of images, reference books, and links to vetted websites. Search for people---both current and historic from all eras and fields of endeavor---based on name, occupation, nationality, etc. The Biography Resource Center includes many author and literary biographies. To access this information, log in with your library card and PIN number by clicking here, then choose “Biography Resource Center” on the left-side menu. Questions? Call 801-229-7175.

Something About the Author This is the outstanding series that spotlights specific authors and illustrators creating books for young people. To access this e-book, log in with your library card and PIN number by clicking here, then choose “Gale Virtual Reference Library” on the left-side menu. You will find this resource under “Literature”. Questions? Call 801-229-7175.

Novels for Students Reading To Kill a Mockingbird or Tom Sawyer? Not sure where to start your paper or how to study for a test on the book? Novels for Students includes important historical and background information to some of the most studied titles in literature. Read essays, find overviews of themes and plots, and meet a book like never before. To access this e-book, log in with your library card and PIN number by clicking here, then choose “Gale Virtual Reference Library” on the left-side menu. You will find this resource under “Literature”. Questions? Call 801-229-7175.

One-Click Audiobooks E-books & E-Audiobooks Access more than 2,000 online e-books and more than 2,000 e-audiobooks through this excellent service. E-books cover topics as diverse as test preparation, writing a good resume, academic medical and computer programming materials, and statistics. The e-audiobooks include both popular fiction and non-fiction from a variety of genres and include language learning audio. All can be downloaded to your PC or Windows-compatible MP3 player. To access One-Click the first time, you will need to set up a username and password. To do this, come into the Library or call 801-229-7175.

OverDrive Download best selling audiobooks, eBooks and videos from OverDrive 24/7 to your PC at home, in the office or from anywhere in the world. All you need is your library card to get started. To use OverDrive, click here and choose to “Sign Into OverDrive”. Choose Orem library from the list of public libraries and use your library card to begin accessing electronic audiobooks.

 

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