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Generously provided for free by Northwestern Memorial Hospital, the Health Learning Center is a state-of-the-art health information library.
Assembles U.S. federal census, banking and military records, local histories, primary source materials, and genealogical and local history serials.
The Illinois Compiled Statutes (ILCS) are the codified statutes of a general and permanent nature of Illinois.
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Search statewide databases for marriages, deaths, veterans, land tract sales and more.
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Compiles links to local resources including cemeteries, churches, court records, obituaries, and more.
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Language-learning software teaches practical conversation in over 70 languages, with free mobile apps, hands-free learning features, and progress tracking.
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Great for kids, parents and teachers! Browse recommended reads by age, get book discussion guides as well search titles, authors, plot summaries, and series. Includes lexile scoring for both fiction and non-fiction titles.
Find author readalikes, series' lists, book reviews, genre lists, award-winners and more. Now includes non-fiction titles as well as fiction.
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This page consolidates several digital and print resources in one easy to find location aimed at parents, teachers, and homeschooling.
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For Grades Pre-K - 6. Watch, listen and read your favorite picture books as they come to life with animation.
The purpose of this website is to provide easy access to information about local events, services and organizations for residents and businesses located within the boundaries of the Wauconda Area Public Library District.
This group meets at the Wauconda Area Library bi-monthly. See our quarterly newsletter for dates and times.
Learn about the area’s history and help preserve the Andrew C. Cook House museum.
For teachers or librarians serving children in preschool through sixth grade, for collection development, readers' advisory and curriculum support. Identify core collections of literature in various formats, including fiction, non-fiction, picture books, graphic novels, and magazines.
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