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These databases are paid for by the Library and require a library card and password to access. If you have questions, please contact the Library at (415) 289-4121. You can also access them through the Library's database page:

Academic Search Complete

 Full-text coverage of many areas, including animal science, anthropology, area studies, astronomy, biology, chemistry, civil engineering, electrical engineering, ethnic and multicultural studies, food science & technology, general science, geography, geology, law, materials science, mathematics, mechanical engineering, music, pharmaceutical sciences, physics, psychology, religion & theology, veterinary science, women's studies, zoology and many other fields.

Kids Search

Kids' Search is designed especially for young people in grades K-8. Kids Search makes it easier for elementary and middle school students to look for information on their topic.

Middle Search Plus

Middle Search Plus contains full text articles for more than 140 popular middle school magazines. It also includes full text articles for thousands of biographies and historical essays, contains primary source documents including Essential Documents in American History, and reference books including the Funk & Wagnall's New World Encyclopedia, American Heritage Dictionary, and Encyclopedia of Animals.

Points of View Reference Center

Points of View Reference Center is a full-text database designed to provide students with a balance of materials from all viewpoints. This resource provides topics with an overview, point, counterpoint and Critical Thinking Guide.


Student Research Center

  How Stuff Works
Learn how everything works. From digital cameras to identity theft, this site is a treasure trove of useful and searchable information.

NASA Kids Club
Learn space sciences at this site from NASAs Marshall Space Flight Center. With games, projects, news, this site seeks "to inform, inspire, and involve"
children of all ages and reading levels.

The Why Files
A project of the National Institute for Science Education, this site offers well-researched and clearly written investigations of current topics in science; a new story is posted every other week. The site also includes a small but worthy collection of scientific images.

history, geography, current events

  Library City: Craft Program
Wednesday, January 21, 3-4:30pm
Edgewater Room
Come help us make skyscrapers, houses, flowers, and cars to decorate the Children’s Room. We’ll provide the supplies, you provide the imagination.
writing & reading

NoveList K-8
Online database provided by the Sausalito Public Library for kids, parents, librarians and teachers, to help all users discover books to read and love. Includes lists of award winners, book discussion guides, read-alikes, and author biographies. Accessible from home with a MARINet library card.



Fact Monster
All kinds of interesting facts about almost anything you can think of together in one place and arranged by subject!

Homework Center

Created by Infoplease, the homework center contains kid-friendly facts, figures, and research guides for any homework subject that might come up after school!


music, film, art

Last updated: 1/23/2015 12:44:26 PM