Back to school season is in full swing and Lake Libraries are here to help!

Take a look at some of the great resources available to students: 

1. Get free tutoring with Students can connect with a tutor from 3 p.m. to 10 p.m. daily, drop off a math problem or a paper for review, take practice quizzes, and prep for the SAT, ACT, and AP Tests.

2. Read dozens of free magazines, including the latest issues of People Magazine and Consumer reports, with Flipster. Checkouts are unlimited.

3. Pronunciator is Lake Libraries online language learning tool, with over 160+ languages to choose from. Pronunciator also has the largest ESL curriculum on the planet! This resource uses flashcards, drills, quizzes, audio lessons, grammar guides, full-length movies, music and more to help you learn.

4. LinkedIn Learning has 16,000+ video courses taught by industry experts on a variety of topics. 

Visit our website for a complete list of online resources:

Read the 2023-24 Sunshine State Books!

  • 2023-24 Sunshine State Readers Jrs – View the list of Sunshine State Books for grades K to 2. 
  • 2023-24 Sunshine State Readers Gr. 3-5 – View the list of Sunshine State Books for grades 3 to 5. 
  • 2023-24 Sunshine State Readers Gr. 6-8 – View the list of Sunshine State Books for grades 6 to 8.
  • 2023-24 Florida Teens Read – Vie wthe latest list of Florida Teens Read titles. 

Join our latest Beanstack Challenges:

Lake Libraries: Back to School 2023 – It’s back to school time! Start the school year right by setting goals, getting organized, and of course, reading! Log your reading to earn badges throughout the challenge.

Lake Libraries August Bingo Reading Challenge – Explore your library and all the fun reading has to offer—all while earning badges on a virtual bingo card! Collect badges for logging your reading, completing activities, submitting book reviews, and earning bingo.


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