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Minitex News articles tagged with "EbooksMN" (8):

eLibrary Minnesota resources for Martin Luther King Jr. Day: "I have a dream"

Your students might know the words, but do they know as much as they should about the man who said them? This Martin Luther King Jr. Day, students can chronicle the life and legacy of this courageous hero by relying on the many resources in eLibrary Minnesota.

Christmas books in verse in Ebooks Minnesota

Christmas is right around the corner and Ebooks Minnesota has many Christmas and winter holiday-related books for all ages.

2023 MYRA Awards November 4th in Eden Prairie

The Minnesota Youth Reading Awards -- home of the Star of the North and Maud Hart Lovelace awards -- and the Eden Prairie Library are pleased to present the 2023 MYRA Awards!

eReadalong ebooks: Readers to Eaters and more

Readers to Eaters publisher titles are available with eReadalong audio in Ebooks Minnesota. Readers to Eaters mission is to promote food literacy from the ground up. They "want children and families to have a better understanding of what and how we eat."

Ebooks Minnesota adds titles around race and racial justice

Ebooks Minnesota recently added books around the topics of race, racism, racial justice, and prejudice including titles for all ages.

Grow your library catalog by 9000+ titles: add Ebooks Minnesota MARC records

If your library has not already, adding the Ebooks Minnesota MARC records to your catalog can increase your collection and access to the statewide program.

AP English titles available for classroom use in Ebooks MN

Do you have an entire class, or classes, reading English literature classics like Lord of the Flies, Romeo and Juliet, Catch-22, or something more recent like The Bonesetter's Daughter?  Ebooks Minnesota's licensing model allows for unlimited simultaneous use meaning multiple users can read the same ebook at the same time.

What are Minnesotans reading in Ebooks MN during this pandemic?

Curious to see what people have been reading on Ebooks Minnesota over the past months? These are the top 10 between today and March 1, 2020.