Magazines, journals, newspapers, reference books, ebooks available in the library or at home with your KPL library card or with your Michigan Driver's License or ID by going to Mel.org
Includes Computer Database; Custom Newspapers; General Reference Center Gold; Grand Rapids Press; Expanded Academic ASAP; General Business File ASAP; Legal Trac; InfoTrac Onefile; Health Reference Center Academic ASAP
A collection of approximately 900 full text newspapers from around the country and the world. Includes the last 12 months of the New York Times and the Grand Rapids Press (1996-current).
Magazines, journals, newspapers, and reference books provided to Michigan libraries and Michigan residents at home with their Michigan Driver's License or ID or from libraries in Michigan. Also includes links to Michigan related websites.
Michigan eLibrary collection of ebooks.
All full text. The daily newspaper New York Times 1995-present.
Articles from the World Book Encyclopedia. Includes related articles from major newspapers and magazines. Graphic and multimedia enhancements, including photographs, maps, illustrations, tables, animations, and audio/video clips.
A nonprofit “that helps kids love math like playtime or dessert.”
Information about child development.
A resource for daycare and preschool information from Southwest Michigan Community Coordinated Child Care.
The Michigan Adoption Resource Exchange is an information and referral service for prospective adoptive parents interested in adopting children with "special needs” and for adoption workers looking for homes for these children.
Baby names, pregnancy, what to expect and other tips.
Offers support to parents and caregivers in raising socially and emotionally healthy children.
From the publishers of Parenting and Baby Talk.
Parenting Help - Free Tips, Advice, Resources & Guidance from Boy's Town.
Providing parents with child development knowledge and parenting support.
A national nonprofit organization that informs, trains and supports professionals, policymakers and parents in their efforts to improve the lives of infants and toddlers.