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This school year, the library's got your back!

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Library GoWelcome to Library Go

Library Go is Saint Paul Public Library's virtual library card program for students and educators.


Back to School

Back to School with the Library

This school year, the library’s got your back. Explore useful resources in one place:

Brainfuse HelpNow

Brainfuse now offers live online FAFSA tutors – available to help both students and parents complete the FAFSA application.

Hooray for Kindergarten!

These stories address the worries, excitement, and routines of children starting kindergarten. Share them with your kindergartner or pre-k.

Back-to-Cool πŸ˜‰

Middle-grade books about school and all it entails- friendships, bullies, and drama.

Just another unrealistic day in School

Let's face it. High school movies are not very realistic, but that is what make them so much fun! Who wants the boring truth, let's enjoy…

I Want To Go To That School!

Check out these kids movies that take place in school. Some magical, some ridiculous, some fun, and some terrifying, but all entertaining!

e-Books for Teens and Kids!

Check out SPPL's collections for Kids and Teens on OverDrive

Resources for High School Students

Digital resources from practice tests, college preparation, general reference, etc...

Online Resources for Kids

Resources for elementary and middle school students.

Brainfuse HelpNow

Live Tutoring - live online help from expert tutors, available every day, 1-11 p.m., other services available 24/7.

Reading Together

Students and trained mentors meet weekly, one-on-one, to work on grade-level reading skills.

Children's Specialists

We serve children birth to age 12 & their caregivers, strengthen the library's child-serving goals, & develop better ways to serve families.
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