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Clarion Public Library
302 N. Main
Clarion, IA 50525
515-532-3673    Fax:  515-532-6322
Hours open:  Mon-Wed: 12-8 pm
                     Thurs-Fri: 10am-5pm
                     Sat: 10am-3pm
                     www.clarion.lib.ia.us
             
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Clarion Public Library provides access to resources and services for educational, informational, and recreational purposes.  The library attempts to meet the needs of the residents of Clarion and the surrounding areas by providing information, encouraging the freedom to read, participating in inter-library cooperation, using technology, and serving as a center for the communication of ideas.
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The library subscribes to EBSCOhost, a web-based information resource which includes full text magazines, newspapers and reference tools.  You can search it from any computer with Internet access - at home, work, school or at the library.

Access to EBSCOhost is made possible through a partnership between the State Library of Iowa and Iowa's Area Education Agencies. Primary funding is provided by the State Library using federal Library Services and Technology Act dollars.


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Download and read over 200 different magazine titles on your computer, eReader, tablet, iPad or smart phone through the Zinio app or an internet browser.  With no check out limits or due dates this is a great way to read magazines!

For more information about Zinio, including tutorials on how to get your account set up and the various apps try http://www.keepandshare.com/doc/3975638/zinio-patron-user-guide?da=y
Click to search this book in our catalog Golden boy
by Tara Sullivan

School Library Journal Gr 8 Up-Habo, 13, knows that his albinism makes him a zeruzeru, less than a person. His skin ...More

Click to search this book in our catalog The Popcorn Astronauts: And Other Biteable Rhymes
by Deborah Ruddell

School Library Journal K-Gr 3-Organized by the four seasons, these 21 brief poems bring out the tastes of the year. S...More

Click to search this book in our catalog The Lion the Mouse
by Jerry Pinkney

Book list *Starred Review* The intricate lion's face that crowds the cover of Pinkney's latest folktale adaptation is...More

Click to search this book in our catalog Extra Yarn
by Mac Barnett

Publishers Weekly Understated illustrations and prose seamlessly construct an enchanting and mysterious tale about a...More

Click to search this book in our catalog The Passage of Power: The Years of Lyndon Johnson
by Robert A. Caro

Publishers Weekly Caro's Pulitzer-winning multivolume biography reaches a magisterial climax (though not its Vietnam...More

Click to search this book in our catalog Into The Water
by Paula Hawkins

Click to search this book in our catalog Echo
by Pam Munoz Ryan

Publishers Weekly The fairy tale that opens this elegant trio of interconnected stories from Ryan (The Dreamer) sets ...More

Click to search this book in our catalog Drowning Ruth
by Christina Schwarz

Library Journal: Why did Ruth's mother, Mathilda, drown on that fateful night in 1919 and Ruth survive? That is the...More
Click to search this book in our catalog All the Light We Cannot See
by Anthony Doerr

Library Journal Shifting among multiple viewpoints but focusing mostly on blind French teenager Marie-Laure ...More

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