Online Resources

The Mill Valley Public Library has a whole host of electronic resources for you and your child.

Kids, you can get a library card here!

Check out e-books for free, for your Kindle, Nook, or other device. There are e-audiobooks too!

Discover & Go museum passes can get you in to dozens of museums for free, all around the Bay Area.

Need help with homework? The Mill Valley Public Library offers every patron with a library card online access to expert tutors through the HelpNow program.

Looking for something great to read? The Library has a bunch of great ways to find that next book you’ll love, including the Library’s own reading lists.

Looking for information for a school topic, or need to do some research? We have kid-friendly databases available for you. Check out the Lucretia Little History Room for help with your third-grade local history projects, or if you want information about our wonderful city. Fourth graders working on their mission projects will find great information here: http://californias-missions.org/.

Working on a science fair project, or just love science? check out the Internet Public Library Science Fair Project Resource Guide and the Exploratorium’s Science Activities page.

Want your little one to learn a new language? Little Pim is perfect for youngsters.

Librarian’s Index to the Internet search engine page: http://lii.org/pub/htdocs/search_tools.htm

Directory of websites created for kids by librarians: http://www.kidsclick.org/

Internet Public Library’s KidSpace: http://www.ipl.org/div/kidspace/