It's Back-to-School Time

July 27th, 2021

It's Back-to-School Time


As school starts back up, New Orleans Public Library has the resources you need for academic success.

Meet with a live online tutor through HomeworkLouisiana.

Dive into e-Books for Kids with Tumblebooks, or use our online encyclopedia, Britannica Library.

Need help with a particular class? Our e-resource lists offer subject-specific help for K-6th Grade and for teens.

We're here to help make sure your school year gets off to a great start.

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