alldata repair    AllData Repair
In Library Use Only
Today's mechanical repair and collision repair professionals need more than paper car manuals and generic repair information. Car recalls; Technical Service Bulletins (TSBs); detailed, factory-correct wiring diagrams repair information and more are easy to find and use.  (SMTH)

ebsco autorepair    Auto Repair Reference Center
Inside the Library     Outside the Library
Ebsco: Contains information on most major manufacturers of domestic and imported vehicles, with repair information for some vintage makes starting as far back as 1945. (SMTH)

ebsco masterfile   Masterfile Elite
Inside the Library    Outside the Library
Ebsco: This multidisciplinary database provides full text for more than 1,730 general reference publications with full text information dating as far back as 1975. Covering virtually every subject area of general interest, MasterFILE Elite also includes nearly 500 full text reference books, 84,774 biographies, 100,554 primary source documents, and an Image Collection of 235,186 photos, maps and flags. This database is updated daily. (Live-brary)

logo-NHTSA    National Highway Traffic Safety Administration [NHTSA]
All Users
A free Internet resource with crash test results, automotive recalls, and links to information on all aspects of automobile safety.

ebsco serrc    Small Engine Repair Reference Center
Inside the Library     Outside the Library
Ebsco: SERRC contains the full set of small engine repair manuals from Clymer. These manuals contain thousands of accurate and concise step-by-step maintenance and repair instructions for hundreds of small engine machines and their supporting components. Routine maintenance, such as tune-ups and brake service, as well as more extensive repairs involving engine transmission disassembly are covered. Engine types include: motorcycles, ATVs, personal water craft, snowmobiles, lawn mowers, tractors, snow blowers, generators, and more. (SMTH)

Featured Children's Book

817f9UengnLThere have been many alphabet books written, but none quite like this.  In Once Upon an Alphabet, Oliver Jeffers gives every letter it's due by writing each a short story.  His usual wit and humor are present, and so are some characters from his earlier books.  While each letter has its own story, references to previous letters are made later in the alphabet, which only elevates the story as a whole.  The illustrations are deceptively simple with delicate splashes of color and add a perfect amount of playfulness to the text.  Think you know your ABCs?  Not like this!