The St. Martin Parish Library announces that Mango Languages, McGraw-Hill AccessScience and TumbleBooks are now available to its patrons.
The State Library has added these services to the Louisiana Library Connection suite of statewide electronic resources.
Mango Languages offers more than 40 foreign languages to explore and more than 15
ESL courses taught in the patron’s native language. Patrons can learn anytime from home using free mobile apps or a computer and their library card.
Through TumbleBooks, St. Martin Parish Library patrons have unlimited access to fiction and non-fiction e-books, read-along picture books, graphic novels, National Geographic videos and educational games. Books in French and Spanish, graphic novels and audio books are also available.
AccessScience is a web-based, fully searchable encyclopedia of science and technology that includes the full text and illustrations of the latest content of the McGraw-Hill Encyclopedia of Science and Technology. Patrons can also access more than 7,100 articles, 115,000 dictionary terms and 1,300 research updates in all areas of science and technology.
The State Library provides services to all residents through their local public libraries and uses state and federal funds to provide statewide electronic resources.
The Institute of Museum and Library Services is the primary source of federal support for the nation’s 123,000 libraries and 17,500 museums. Their grants, policy development and research help communities and individuals thrive by providing broad public access to knowledge, cultural heritage and lifelong learning.
To find out more, visit StMartinParishLibrary.org or call (337) 394-2207.