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Neil Armstrong Library

Reading is important and Armstrong Readers like to read all year.

The Neil Armstrong Library is open all year long. See the directions below for using our e-library.

l Contra Costa Libraries, including San Ramon, are hosting, Paws To Read, a special summer reading program.

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paw.jpgClick here for more information on Paws to Read

 

This Library is never closed!

It is now possible to check out books from the library 24 hours a day, 7 days a week!  Through Follett Shelf, students at Neil Armstrong can check out electronic books from the school library.  To check out a book, log into the library by using the six digit student id as "user name" and the password is the student's birthdate. The correct format for the date is  _ _/ _ _ /_ _ _ _ , so a student born on June 1, 2006 would enter their birthdate as 06/01/2006.

STEP INTO THE NEIL ARMSTRONG LIBRARY by clicking on the book

 

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Click on the TumbleBook Logo to access TumbleBooks

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To use TumbleBooks on IPods and IPads, change the language to Mobile then click Go

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Why it is important to read during school and during the summer!

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Are you searching for:

  • homework help
  • information for reports  
  • science projects
  • math help
  • California gold or state capitals
  • books for your Kindle or to download to your computer or ipod
  • a fun family museum activity at a bargain price or free

Find all of this and more at the  Contra Costa Library website. Click into the Kids Section Data bases for great information and homework help. To find out more about downloadable books and for a great family museum activity, click on the Contra Costa Library home page  and search the directory located on the left side of the page.