Most of our databases tell you exactly what information you need to cite your sources. When using books and other materials check with your teacher to see what information you need and how it should be written.
An online source for helping create bibliographies is Citation Maker. Find more citation help on our Teen website. The library also has books on Report Writing
Anytime you search for information you want to make sure you ask these questions:
Ever wonder how we decide where books go in the library?
Looking for a good book? Need to find your school reading list? This includes Accelerated Reader (AR lists) and Reading Counts! Go to Readthebooks and find lots of ideas. For book lovers preschool to eighth grade.
You can check out books, movies and music or you can use our special databases to do your homework from home.
Bring your mom or dad to the library to apply for your card, or have them help you apply for a card online
Find out how to talk to a librarian about your assignment by e-mail, chat, or by phone.
Want advice about research, study skills, or writing reports? Check out these websites and books.
The databases listed here are just for kids. You can look at the description of the database to see if it fits your topic, or ask your parent, teacher or librarian for help.
Find out how what tools the library has to help you get started on your homework.
For more information about specific subjects, check out the Homework section of our website, or search the online catalog.