BOYCE DITTO LIBRARY REMOTE RESOURCES FOR FUN, SELF-HELP, AND LEARNING
Did you know that many of the Library’s resources are available online?
Here are just some of the things you can do from home:
Adult discovery and relaxation time:
Check out an eBook - Go to our “North Texas On the Go” web page link to download all your favorite new books.
Pick up more information about software: Learning Hub
Take a look at EBCSO: to find topic heading like:
Children and teens might enjoy:
Learning about career options and preparing for the SAT or other tests:
This is a great time for teens to practice the driver’s test.
Learning about social issues like climate change.
View KidLit TV to watch some of their shows like Storymakers, Read Out Loud, and Ready Set Draw!
Candlewick Press: "We’re excited to introduce Camp Candlewick, a new online reading program! Over the course of twelve weeks, young people of all ages will be encouraged to take part in shared reads, activities, and virtual events with prominent creators. "
GREAT FAMILY CONVERSATIONS
And the whole family can learn about the 2020 Census together.
Reread a best classic with your children and have a conversation about the best lessons from these exceptional stories.
Explore the World of Wonders with Wonderopolis.
|TumbleBookLibrary - K-6 children’s ebook database|
TumbleMath - K-6 math ebook database
TeenBookCloud - grade 7-12 ebook database
AudioBookCloud - all ages audio book database
RomanceBookCloud - a huge collection of steamy Romance novels for the older crowd!
Big Timber Media
Other Free digital Content
Steam ahead at home
ONLINE STORYTIME RESOURCES
Patrick Stewart reading Shakespeare Sonnets
Levar Burton reading short stories
Teddy Bear Tuck in Time with Hope Friend
David Pilkey at home
Get an account and a card
If you live in Mineral Wells or Palo Pinto County, open your account for free. Those outside the area pay a small, annual fee to have an account at the Boyce Ditto Public Library.
What We Do
The Boyce Ditto Public Library provides free library services for Mineral Wells and the Palo Pinto County community. We inform, enrich, support, and empower our citizens by promoting lifelong learning opportunities and a love of reading.
The databases offered by the Library unlock even more with sites for workforce readiness, current business news and children’s digital learning. The ID and password required to access these database resources are free and available to all account holders.
Use the Portal to Texas History
The Library has over 11,000 files of Mineral Wells, Palo Pinto County and Texas history online. As one of the many organizations who has partnered with University of North Texas to make historical documents, newspapers, and photographs free and accessible, the Library values the heritage and uniqueness of the area.