Find links to 2014 tax forms, as well as useful sites to help with filing your returns, on our Online Resources page.
If you need assistance locating and printing tax forms and booklets, call or stop by the Adult Services Desk and librarians will be happy to assist you as long as you provide the exact form number.
ONLINE RESOURCES AVAILABLE 24/7
Read a newspaper or magazine, learn a new language, study for a test, or find a read-alike for your favorite book right from your computer or mobile device. Morton Grove Public Library cardholders can access a variety of premium online resources 24/7! To get started, go to databases.mgpl.org and browse the list of available resources or select the subject area that interests you.
NEW E-BOOKS AVAILABLE
We have the latest books by Nick Hornby, Anne Tyler, Jeffrey Archer and many more favorite authors available as e-books. Check out some of our great new e-books now!
Are you new to e-books or just need a little help? Review our device-specific instructions.
WOMEN'S HISTORY MONTH
Celebrate Women's History Month and check out a book about a noteworthy woman, listen to a great music album, join in a book discussion, or learn about Women in War World I from author and historian Kathryn Atwood on 3/24 at 11:30am.
Learn more about incredible women in history at womenshistorymonth.gov.
BATTLE OF THE BOOKS HAS BEGUN
The 2015 Battle of the Books kicked off on February 24 with a head-to-head match of two teams from Park View School, when the self-proclaimed team “The Losers” were the winners against team “Battle Brains.” This Spring, students in 6th-8th grade from five local school will compete in 15 battles to test their knowledge on 50 books. The Battle of the Books trophy and bragging rights are on the line, so come cheer on the students at an upcoming battle.
READ TO THE RAINBOW DOGS
What kid wouldn't love reading to a patient and attentive dog? Children ages 5-12 can practice reading to a certified therapy dog from Morton Grove's own Rainbow Animal Assisted Therapy Foundation. Bring what you want to read or choose from our selection of books. For more information or to register, visit the Youth Services Desk at the Library or call 847-929-5102.