While our library buildings are closed, many partners have generously made their online resources available for Pierce County Library customers for a limited time. Check out the list of websites below.
Explore your family history with Ancestry.com. Formerly available in libraries only, the tool is now available from home through March 31, 2021.
Browse and directly download any of the more than 6,300 e-book titles available on DPLA’s Open Bookshelf. Read classic novels, children’s books, textbooks and non-English titles, all for free, with no login or library card needed.
Access computer science classes and activities for grades K-12.
ProQuest Coronavirus Research Database
Explore past research articles on the family of coronaviruses and updated with research articles since the COVID19 outbreak. Access this new database now part of our Library’s ProQuest e-source package or go direct (without library card).
Enjoy delightful narration. A different book is read every day and you can also listen to previous recordings.
The Make Way for Books App! (Ages birth to 5)
Enjoy free bilingual early literacy engagement, anytime, anywhere. You can:
Get a list of free educational resources, from a public group on Facebook called Amazing Education Resources, an educator community to share discussions the good, bad and ugly about the many teacher resources on the internet. These resources are not affiliated with the Pierce County Library System.
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