The Encyclopedia of Arkansas is a free, authoritative source of information about the rich history, geography, and culture of Arkansas. It is updated regularly to ensure the people of Arkansas have an accurate and accessible resource to explore our heritage. It will also benefit people outside the state who are seeking information about Arkansas. We invite you tobrowse our text entries and media galleries to learn more about the people, places, events, legends, and lore of the 25th state.
eLibrary Elementary is the ultimate elementary full-text reference resource that tailors all the media types and search functionality of eLibrary for the young reader and researcher. It's an easy-to-use general reference database designed specifically to engage and guide younger students.
FactCite includes online resources for researchers in grades three through twelve. FactCite includes Biography for Beginners, Essential Biographies, Mythology, Science, American History, Defining Moments In U.S. History (in partnership with Omnigraphics), Essential Information, and Countries and Cultures. Compatible with computers, Chromebooks, smartphones, and tablets.


World Book Student is a research tool tailored for students in elementary & middle schools with over 40,000 encyclopedia and reference articles, 10,000 + biographies, multimedia, videos, animations and student activities.
World Book Kids A general reference Web site developed especially for young students with easy-to-read articles, thousands of illustrations, videos, comparison tools, and a wealth of engaging games and activities, including an atlas, interactive maps, flags, and over 200 game and activities.
A cross-disciplinary research tool with 30 databases that can be searched together or individually.

Early World of Learning (World Book) is an online resource for preschoolers & children in the early elementary grades that includes three interactive learning environments: 
    1. Trek's Travels offers narrated stories, interactive games, and original videos that teach critical early childhood themes, including numbers, shapes, colors, opposites, and more.
    2. Welcome to Reading provides leveled readers to develop and strengthen phonics, vocabulary, phonemic awareness, and comprehension skills. The Lexile Framework® for Reading ensures          that early readers use text at their level.
    3. Know It offers a richly visual first encyclopedia that will captivate early learners with non-fiction topics of interest and importance to them
eLibrary Database is a massive collection of multidisciplinary periodical and digital media content, designed for middle and high school students, undergraduates at community colleges and universities, instructors, and librarians. Editorially created pages provide valuable context for both common and more unusual topics of research. All content is 100% full-text, including documents from books, magazines, journals, newspapers, photographs, transcripts, and videos. The collection covers a wide range of subjects.
CLCD is a single source/single search resource for librarians, teachers, parents and students from PreK through grade 12 and for Children’s Literature classes at the academic level. Users have access to over 2.5 million titles, non‐fiction & fiction for PreK-12 grades with 42 quality professional review sources. 
Arkansas State Library - Student Resources
The Arkansas State Library - Student Resources are administered by the Arkansas State Library and is open to all public libraries within the state. Scroll down the page to find many, many valuable resorces for you to reference.
The Arkansas Diamond Primary Book Award was established by the Arkansas Elementary School Council in 1998 to encourage reading for students in Grades K-3. The name of the award was chosen because Arkansas is the only diamond producing state. Follow this link to view the list of award winners. 
The Charlie May Simon Children's Book Award for children's literature has been presented annually since 1971 to an author whose book has been selected through a vote taken by Arkansas school children in grades four, five and six. The purpose of the award is to promote better reading for children and to recognize Mrs. John Gould Fletcher, an outstanding Arkansas author who wrote under the pen name Charlie May Simon. Follow this link to view the list of award winners.
The Fayetteville Public Library's collection encompasses more than 271,000 items, including books, CDs, DVDs, videos, audiotapes, e-books and parenting kits. The library's digital collection includes downloadable audiobooks, e-books and music, as well as over 50 databases covering a wide range of interests.

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