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Statewide Online Services News

Statewide Services covers Online Resources (databases), Digital Book eLending (ebooks, audiobooks, video storybooks) and the Kansas Library eCard. 

Questions: audiobooks@ks.gov or 800-432-3919

Feb 15

BoW: Talk Cowboy to Me

Posted on February 15, 2017 at 9:32 AM by Lianne Flax

 talkcowboy   Talk Cowboy to Me
   by Carolyn Brown


   Available as: Total Boox ebook
   Unlimited copies, book never expires.
  

Adele is newly divorced and thinks that the Double Deuce Ranch would be a great place to raise her kids. However, formerly-carefree cowboy Remington thinks the same thing, as he's now caring for his orphaned nephews.

Carolyn Brown is a popular contemporary romance writer and usually sticks to a more Western theme. This is just her most recent.  Total Boox has a number of her other books, as does Freading (if you prefer that service or have a computer, they just have not yet loaded her newest book).

To learn to use either Total Boox (mobile only) or Freading (also available for computer users) see the instructions off of the Digital Book eLending page.

Questions: audiobooks@ks.gov


Feb 05

Highlight: Pocket Kansas Constitution

Posted on February 5, 2017 at 12:00 AM by Lianne Flax


Did you know the State Library offers a printable pocket version of the Kansas Constitution?  Find it here.

If you don't need to print a copy, the same page hosts access to a full-text version for reading online.

These versions have been updated for recent changes.


Questions: kslc@ks.gov
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Tag(s): kansas, constitution

Feb 01

BoW: The Girl Who Drank the Moon

Posted on February 1, 2017 at 12:00 AM by Lianne Flax

 girlwhodrank     The Girl Who Drank the Moon
    by Kelly Barnhill

    Available as:

Recently awarded the 2017 Newbery Medal for outstanding contribution to children's literature.

The people of the Protectorate fear the witch living in the woods so much, they leave a newborn baby in the woods every year as a sacrifice. Xan is odd and has magic, but doesn't eat babies - she makes sure each finds a new family. One year she accidentally feeds a baby moonlight and decides to raise that child as her own.

To learn to use Freading or OneClickdigital, please see the main Digital Book eLending page. Questions: audiobooks@ks.gov