out the Young Adult section at the library!
browsers and researchers alike will like what they find -- a
collection of over 1,800 books: fiction, nonfiction, biographies,
and ready-reference -- college catalogs, guides, and information on
financial aid -- magazines -- games, puzzles, study space, and a
comfortable place to relax and visit with your friends.
Look for changing displays of new books, hot topics, and suggested
"good reads", both in print and on CD.
the YA section: apply for a library card -- use the computers to
access the Internet, Grolier Online, and IConn -- type up a paper, letter, or resume on
the word processors. And check out our ever-growing
collection of DVDs and audiobooks.
BOOKS "ON THE GO"?
CLICK THE FOLLOWING LINK FOR DOWNLOADABLE AUDIO BOOKS:
One Click Digital
service, as of October 1, 2011.
Have your library
card's barcode ready to access over 1,300 fiction and nonfiction
If you need
assistance in using the downloadable audios,
visit One Click's
CHECK OUT THIS
GREAT SITE FOR ALL OF YOUR RESEARCH NEEDS!
REFERENCE DATABASES, FULL-TEXT MAGAZINE ARTICLES, ENCYCLOPEDIAS,
biography? A magazine article? A quick answer to a quick
question? Have your library card in hand and explore IConn --
tons of free, accurate information, perfect for school or your
own personal interests.
Also check out the Additional Research Resources for
dictionaries, job search sites, hints on creating
bibliographies, and more!
on the IConn logo below for all the best in online information
-- free with your 14-digit library card!
Visit the Reference page of this website to access Grolier
Online, a fully interactive encyclopedia -- complete with
pictures, quizzes, videos, up-to-the-minute news, and much more.
Also see the links at the bottom of this page...
COLLEGE APPLICATION ESSAY
Wednesday, October 23rd ~ 7:00pm
Writer Jocelyn Ruggiero leads students and their parents through
steps necessary to write a winning college essay. The goal: to
create a personal, authentic and powerful story in your own
words - one that will stand out to college admissions offices.
Attendees will leave workshop with printed materials. Jocelyn
Ruggiero is a Madison-based professional writer (HKHS, ’91 &
Sarah Lawrence College, ‘95) whose recent work has appeared in
Saveur, The Boston Globe, Yankee Magazine and Connecticut
The workshop is free but space is limited.
Please register in advance by calling the Killingworth Library
at 860-663-2000 or stopping by in person.