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National Geographic Magazine Archive
National Geographic Magazine Archive:  The National Geographic Magazine Archive from 1995, provides full-text searching of every article of the world’s most recognized magazine from 1995 to present day. This comprehensive archive is an essential tool for researchers of all ages for the study of science, nature, geography and much more.


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Coping with Disaster
"Coping with Disaster” provides information for the following topics: understanding disaster events, recognizing signs of disaster related stress, easing disaster-related stress, helping kids cope with disaster and understanding children’s reactions to disaster by age.
TumbleBooks Library
TumbleBooks Library has talking picture books that teach young children the pleasure of reading in a way they will enjoy. Click here or on the image above to visit TumbleBooks.

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For Non-Profit Grant Seekers
Montgomery City-County Public Library
Juliette Hampton Morgan Memorial Library, 245 High Street
is now a Foundation Center Cooperating Collection!
For Grant Writers & Grant Seekers

Please Pardon Our Progress ~

The Juliette Hampton Morgan Memorial Library (Main Library) is undergoing a 2-year renovation of the building.  The structural phase of the renovation involves improvements to the heating and cooling system; re-design of interior spaces and replacement of furniture to bring the facility into the 21st Century.  Currently a new heating and cooling system has been designed and is in the procurement phase.  As such, a portion of the building is without air.  In addition, the elevator is scheduled to be replaced as well.  Patrons who choose to visit the Juliette Morgan Library should be prepared to endure a humidity affecting at least one half of the facility.  Patrons, who choose to visit the library, may enter the library through the McDonough Street entrance to avoid the climb up the spiral staircase. 

 The library remains open, is continuing to provide the same level of service to its patrons and invite you to visit any of the other nine locations if you so choose to do so.

Should you have any questions, please feel free to call Library Administration at 240-4300.
Montgomery City-County Public Library Helps With Tracing Family Trees
Ancestry Public Library Edition
Automotive Repair Information
Chilton Library

Homework Assistance for 2016 - 2017 School Year
Beginning September 6, 2016

Rufus Lewis Library, 3095 Mobile Hwy - Mondays (6-7:30pm) 240-4848
Coliseum Library, 840 Coliseum Blvd - Tuesdays (5-6:00pm) 271-7005     
Morgan Library, 245 High Street - Tuesdays (6-7:30pm) 240-4982 or 240-4992
E L Lowder Library, 2590 Bell Road - Wednesdays (6-7:30pm) 244-5717
Governor’s Square, 2885-B East South Blvd - Thursdays (4-5:45pm) 284-7929  
Roxie Lancaster Children's Holiday Writing Competition
Registration begins October 3, 2016 and ends October 31, 2016
The Roxie Lancaster Children’s Holiday Writing Competition Awards Program for grades 1–5 will be held Thursday, December 8, 2016 at 4:30 p.m. in the auditorium of the Juliette Hampton Morgan Memorial Library, 245 High Street.   All are welcome!
Competition Entry Form

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The Montgomery City-County Public Library adds Gale Courses

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WebCams Available
The Montgomery City-County Public Library has web cameras for use by persons who have deployed family members. You only need to set up an account on both ends of the service. If you regularly receive e-mails from your family member then you can set up an account to see and talk to them live at the library. The library allows as many members of the family as necessary to take advantage of this service. This service is also being offered to others who have family members is other states or countries.