Resources Overview


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Resources for All -- Community services, city and county offices, elected officials, local newspapers, and others of general interest.
       Books and Authors on Radio and TV
       100 Sites for Bibliophiles

Resources for Kids -- Books, games, research, good web sites.
       Magic & Maggots

Resources for Teens -- Books, games, research, sites for school, health, questions.

Resources for Parents, Teachers, Librarians -- Suggestions for guiding, encouraging children and teens.

Resources for Seniors -- Local and national sources for services and information for seniors and caregivers such as transportation, day health care, legal aid, etc.

Local Public Recreation -- A compendium of public recreation resources in the Encino, Tarzana, and Sepulveda Basin areas.

LAPL (Main) Databases. -- A well-organized collection of related information or records; data comes from many sources, including encyclopedias, dictionaries and indexes. LAPL subscribes to more than 120 databases - most are devoted to a specific topic, e.g. history, biography, fiction, health, America. You can search a specific database by name or multiple databases by topic. Browsing is fun!


Looking for something to read? Try the American Library Association's Notable Books. Go to the ALA site, click on "Libraries and You," then choose "Recommended Reading" from the left column. Click "For Adults" and then "Notable Books."


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