The Digital Library never closes! Simply enter your library card number and pin when prompted (what's my pin number?)

The Homework Center is where you will find the Required Reading titles for the Middle and High Schools along with Young Adult Fiction both Hardcover and Paperback. Young Adult Non-Fiction is shelved with the Adult Non-Fiction. The Fit Desk and Bike are also located in this area.

Play Board Games in the Young Adult/Homework Center Room
A new collection of board games has been purchased with funds from the Friends of the Fiske. Stop in to play Battleship, Monopoly and Clue Card Games, Diary of a Wimpy Kid, Chess, Scrabble, Game of Life and more!!! ENJOY!!!


Internet Links for Homework - The library has viewed these sites. However, with the Internet always changing we will not be responsible for site content. 

Bartleby Lit Hub
Fact Monster
Infoplease Online 
Quiz Help : Study Games

Country Report Sites 
FactMonster- Countries of the World
Clickable Map of the World
Infoplease - Countries of the World
Geography Games & Virtual Travel

State Report Sites
Virtual Car Trip Through the USA

Ancient Cultures 
Ancient World 
Ancient World Civilizations
Seven Wonders

General History Sites 
U.S. History.org
Yale Univ. Avalon Project Full Text Documents
This Day In History
Year by Year 

Presidents of the United States
First Ladies of the United States
A & E Biographies
Individuals Who Shaped the 20th Century
Biographies of Women Mathematicians
Helen Keller Archive - The Helen Keller Archive is the largest repository of historical content about Helen Keller, whose iconic name is known in every corner of the globe for her groundbreaking work as an author, political activist, and humanitarian who played a critical role in changing public perceptions about people with disabilities.

Early America 
Thirteen Colonies
Founding of the American Colonies 

American Revolution 
The History Place - Explorations and Early Colonial Era; The English Colonial Era; Prelude to the American Revolution; The American War for Independence; A New Nation is Born. Grades 3-6.
History Channel - American Revolution
History of the American Revolutionary War
The American Revolution 

U.S. Civil War 
Documenting the American South - Includes first person narrative from people who "lived" the Civil War including Slaves who lived in Massachusetts
American Civil War - Details about people and battles of the Civil War with photographs
Letters Home from the Civil War - Letters from Union and Confederate Soldiers to the loved ones Information
Battle of Gettysburg - One of the most costly battles of the Civil War

Zoom Dinosaurs
Earthquakes for Kids - Everything you wanted to know about earthquakes, history of earthquakes, Science fair projects and more. Grades K-12.
Periodic Table of the Elements - Not only does this site have a color-coded periodic table with the element's atomic number and symbol, but it includes history, properties, sources, and uses of the element.
Chem4Kids - All about chemistry: topics include Reactions, Elements, Atoms, Matter, Biochemistry, and Et Cetera.
Mineral & Gemstone Kingdom
Savage Earth - Earthquakes, Volcanoes, Tsunamis
Volcano World 

Science Fair Projects 
Successful Science Fair Projects
Science Projects
Rubber, Plastic and More

National Geographic
Animals A to Z 

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