February is Black History Month and the library has a number of electronic resources that celebrate February. Here are some eResources that have featured collections celebrating African-American History month.
OverDrive: On the front page of OverDrive, there is a collection of eBooks, eAudiobooks & streaming video.
- eBooks: Gather Together in My Name (Maya Angelou), Twelve Years a Slave (Solomon Northup) and I Never Had It Made (Jackie Robinson)
- eAudiobooks: Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass (Frederick Douglass), The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks (Rebecca Skloot) and What I know for Sure (Oprah Winfrey)
- Streaming video: Mr. Civil Rights, Unforgivable Blackness: The Rise and Fall of Jack Johnson and The Civil War (Ken Burns)
Hoopla: Hoopla has an easy to browse page for eBooks & eAudiobooks celebrating Black History month. And remember with Hoopla – there is no waiting! Content is available immediately for download.
- eBooks: The Color Purple (Alice Walker), Uncle Tom’s Cabin (Harriet Beecher Stowe) and Malcolm X: A Biography (Steven Takamura)
- eAudiobooks: 12 Years a Slave (Solmon Northup), Native Son (Richard Wright) and Their Eyes Were Watching God (Zora Neale Hurston)
Hoopla for Kids: Hoopla has an easy to browse page for eBooks & eAudiobooks specifically geared toward kids materials. And remember with Hoopla – there is no waiting! Content is available immediately for download.
- eBooks: Slavery in America (Ciara Campbell), The Rise of the Jim Crow Era (Maria Hussey) and Let Them Play (Margot Theis Raven)
- eAudiobooks: Barack Obama (Nikki Grimes), Because They Marched (Russell Freedman) and A Spy Called James (Anne Rockwell)
Featured Video: Martin Luther King Jr. Leads the March on Washington.
Featured Video: Lincoln Speeches: Emancipation Proclamation