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Home School Resource

Free curriculum organized in weekly/monthly learning plans and worksheets to help you be prepared to teach your child through 2nd Grade in a variety of subjects.

Full learning plans for:

  • English Language Arts
  • Math
  • Science
  • Social Studies
  • Social-Emotional Learning

Use what works for you.

In-library use or with your library card.

Workforce Development Portal

Links you need to enter a new career, find a job, and more.

Gale LegalForms

Take the law into your own hands and create accurate, reliable legal documents with no hassle with Gale LegalForms. It offers Kentucky-specific “attorney forms” – officially approved forms actually used by law firms. Many of the forms and documents are available in Word and Adobe format so you only need to fill in the blanks.

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Learning & Research

A to Z World Food logo

Get a taste of the world! Recipes and cultural tidbits surrounding food.

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A to Z Maps Online logo

Find magazine, newspapers, and journal articles for all your scholarly needs.

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Lingo Lite logo

Basic phrases in 30 languages, at home. Get started expanding your horizons.

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A to Z World Culture logo

Learn about cultures from around the world.

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A to Z Food America logo

Hungry to learn about American cuisine? Learn about food from around the country with Food America.

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A to Z the USA

Learn about the United States, from state symbols and economy, to maps and state parks. Perfect for school reports and sating your curiosity.

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Kentucky Permit Practice Tests

Prepare yourself for the written permit tests and get the answers you need about the licensing procedures in Kentucky.


Find magazine, newspapers, and journal articles for all your scholarly needs.

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LearningExpress Library

Find practice tests, exercises, skill-building courses, eBooks, and the information you need to succeed at school, on the job, or in life.

Registration is required.

Logan County Public Library Genealogy

Get an online peek at our in-library genealogy collection. Names of people in our obituary collection, photo collections, yearbooks, and more! All at your fingertips.

Items are still being entered; if you can’t find what you are looking for, please email

Ancestry for Libraries

Discover census, vital, military, and immigration records to help you trace your family history.

In-library use only.

Logan County Adult Education

Logan County Adult Education provides services such as adult education classes, GED preparation, family literacy instruction, English as a second language classes, workforce education and reading instruction for eligible Kentuckians.

AR Bookfinder

Use this site to get an estimate of AR points received from books read.

These are not provided by the schools, so actual points may vary.

Kahn Academy

Over 3,200 videos on everything from basic arithmetic to physics, finance, history and hundreds of skills to practice.

Local Newspapers

Digitized copies of our newspaper archive. Some editions may not be available.

News-Democrat & Leader: 1899-2018

The Adairville Enterprise: 1954 – 1973

Auburn News: 1890 – 1966

The Herald Ledger: 1879 – 1906

The Mirror: 1806 – 1809

In-library use only.

News Democrat and Leader

Local news, sports, obituaries, and opinion. Published bi-weekly for Logan County readers.


A free educational website that teaches older adults and other inexperienced Internet users with basic computer skills about websites that can help improve their quality of life. Learn the basics of social media, internet safety, and more.

Links for Children

ABC Mouse

ABCmouse is an award winning, online learning site for children ages 2 to 6, with fun activities to help your child learn basic skills that will help them succeed in school.

In-library use only.

TumbleBook Library

Browse Tumble Books online library of storybooks, games, and puzzles that encourage literacy with your child. Children can watch, listen, and read online or from an iPad device.

Storyline Online

Online stories read to you by famous actors. Made available by the Screen Actors Guild Foundation.


The excitement of learning that comes from curiosity and wonder is undeniable, and Wonderopolis helps create learning moments in everyday life—ones that fit in with dinner preparations, carpool responsibilities, a stolen moment between breakfast and the bus, or within school curriculum and education programs.

Mission US

Step into history and interact with our past with Mission US. Pick a side during the Revolution, walk the hardships of being a “free” slave in the north, struggle through the Great Depression, and more. Designed for middle school and high school students to foster historical empathy and the thinking of a historian.

History isn’t always pretty and some of the topics Mission US explores are difficult. Parents should preview the missions to be sure their children are prepared for the topics.

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