Featured Resources

A to Z World Food
  • A to Z World Food is a food database that contains traditional recipes for 174 countries of the world in all course categories: appetizers, soups, salads, breads, main courses, side dishes, desserts, snacks, and beverages; in six categories: National Cuisine, Regional Cuisine, Daily Meals, Dining Etiquette, Special Occasion Foods, and Food Trivia.
  • Listen to and read audiobooks and eBooks with Library2Go, which you can access using the app, Libby.  Libby works with smartphones, tablets, Kindles, and eReaders. 

  • Watch award-winning movies and documentaries on Kanopy. Create your account with your library card number, and stream instantly on your smart TV, smartphone, computer, or tablet. Kanopy Kids has a huge array of amazing kids content that will educate and delight.
  • Chilton Library represents the most authoritative automotive repair information available to car owners. There are thousands of year, make and model combinations covering the most popular vehicles of the past 30 years, plus additional coverage of specialty models.
Consumer Reports
  • Consumer Reports provides ratings and reviews, recommendations and buying advice for thousands of products and services. You get free, unlimited access to all of their resources courtesy of your library card.
Ancestry (Library Edition)
  • An indispensable resource for genealogists and historians, Ancestry Library Edition is all for free for use in the library with your library card! Sources include: censuses, vital records, immigration records, family histories, military records, court and legal documents, directories, photos and maps. 
Research Databases
  • Use these databases to find full text articles from magazines, journals, and newspapers, as well as reference eBooks, videos, images, and more. They cover a wide range of topics and offer research and life-long learning information for all ages.  
NoveList Plus
  • NoveList Plus connects readers to their next book by making recommendations for what to read next. One of the most popular elements is read-alikes. This feature suggests titles that are ‘just like’ other titles. If you’ve just finished a great book, log into NoveList Plus and find great read-alikes. 
  • Answerland is Oregon’s online reference service – a place where librarians help Oregon residents find answers to questions and provide research guidance 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. 
New York Times
  • Explore the New York Times online without encountering any article limits! Users at a CCRLS library can go directly to NYTimes.com and log into (or register for) a personal account; using that account on the library’s Wi-Fi network ensures complete access and no limits. Users not at a library as well as those wanting to use the NYTimes mobile app can redeem 72 hours of access, also available to them via their personal NYTimes.com account by going to this link.