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Homework Help Websites
The first free, world-class virtual
where anyone can learn anything. The mission of the Khan Academy
is to provide a world-class education, for free, to anyone in the world.
It consists of 2200+ (and growing) videos on YouTube, covering
everything from basic arithmetic to advanced calculus, chemistry and
biology, along with a series of exercises that allow students to
practice and assess their knowledge at their own pace.
Hotline provides FREE math and science homework help to Indiana students
in grades 6-12. Students may contact the Homework Hotline from 7 p.m. to
10 p.m. (Eastern Daylight Time), Sunday, through Thursday, September through May toll free at
1-877-ASK-ROSE or on-line at
Brain assists students from 1 through 101 to
explore the universe, to be inspired by the work of others around
the world, to become excited about their own endeavors, and to
embrace the education process.
HomeworkSpot.com is a free homework information portal that
features the very best K-12 homework-related sites together with
engaging editorial in one high-utility, educational spot.
Interactive Mathematics uses LiveMath,
Flash and Scientific Notebook to enhance mathematics lessons.
Topics range from grade 8 algebra to college-level Laplace
Chegg Homework Help
With Chegg Homework Help, students get instant
access to over one million step-by-step tutorials as well a 24/7 “Ask an
Expert” service answered by professors and trusted subject experts.
eReading Rooms for
Kids and Teens
OverDrive is offering a safe environment for kids
and teens within a digital platform through the creation of separate
digital eReading Rooms, where juveniles and young adults can browse the
library’s digital collection. Once inside the eReading Room, all
searches will show only juvenile or young adult content. No adult
content will appear in the search results. All titles in the eReading
Room are also cataloged by reading level, AT scores and other reading
metrics to help parents and teachers select titles to aid in literacy
campaigns. All titles can be sampled in OverDrive Read prior to
borrowing or placing a hold. Try it out!
AWARD BOOK CATEGORIES:
Bram Stoker Award
Christian Book Award
Coretta Scott King Award
Margaret A. Edwards
Michael L. Printz Award
National Book Award
Pura Belpre Award
Reluctant Reader Award
Robert F. Sibert Award
Scott O’Dell Award for Historical Fiction
Young Hoosier Award
American Library Association Top
Ten Young Adult Books List.
Teen Ink - Submit your own work for
publication in Teen Ink magazine. Read over 19,000 pages of other teen
work. Read and write for the Teen Ink blogs. Get advice on writing,
college, photography and much more from teen authors. Check out hundreds
of young adult book, movie and music reviews.
list of magazines available in YA Department
have a section of comics
and graphic novels. Come in and see what this
comic format looks like.
to take you to "no flying, no tights". A
website with graphic novel reviews for teens.
CHECK IT OUT!!
in the YA Department
Pre-loaded Playaway® Digital Audio Books
No CDs, no
cassettes, and no downloads. The Playaway comes "pre-loaded"with a
great book. All you need is a set of earphones and your ears! The
Playaway is a credit-card sized, self-contained digital audiobook that
can tuck in your pocket or hang around your neck so you can listen
anywhere you go. You may use your own earphones or purchase a set at the
Children’s Circulation Desk.
for a demo on how to use the Playaway.
Follow this link
to take a sneak
peek at the hottest new titles for
young adults. From science fiction to romance, history to mystery, these
monthly picks for teens offer something for every reader.
Accelerated Reader Lists
search the list of Accelerated reader books for the elementary and
click on the AR BookFinder logo.
After you find your book on the list, you may search our
library catalog to see if the title is held at PPL.
PHS Red Dot
Book Lookup - is this title a Red Dot?
Ongoing in the YA
Games available for check out
Young adults 15 or older may
check out games to play at home. A policy agreement must be signed,
and on file, before checking out games. An agreement form may be
picked up at the Children's Circulation desk. Policy may be read
here. Information and a list
of the games can be found
the YA Department