The parking lot at the Sahuarita Library will be under construction Thursday, 4/27 through Monday, 5/1 for repaving. The library will remain open, but please allow for extra time to find parking.


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ABCmouse New! Library Card Required.

For children 2-6+ years. Build a strong foundation in reading, language arts, math, science, social studies, art, and music. 3500+ books, games, puzzles, and activities. Get App in Apple Store Get App in Play Store Get App in Amazon Store Found In: Is in libraryIn library only

Achieve3000 – Reading & Writing Help Online

Achieve3000 meets you where you are and helps you improve your reading, writing, math, and critical thinking skills. Ask your library tutor to set up your account, then use from anywhere online. Found In: is in branchOnly available in the library the first time, then use from anywhere online. Library staff will help you create an account.

Ancestry Library Edition

Find birth, marriage, and death records, as well as military records and more from Ancestry Library Edition, the largest general collection of genealogical information. Found In: Is in libraryIn library only Arizona from Home New!

Want to access Arizona family history records from home? Arizona State Archives worked with to digitize family history records and make them available online for free. Use this limited version of from home for free! Found In:

Arizona Legal Forms Library Card Required.

Find and print Arizona legal forms, including contracts, wills, pre-marital agreements, power of attorney, bankruptcy, divorce, and landlord-tenant. From Gale. Statewide access. Found In:

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Computer Classes and Computer Help at the Library

Our free computer classes and one-on-one help sessions are geared towards all skill levels and audiences, covering topics like using a mouse, borrowing eBooks at the library, creating resumes, and using programs like Word and Excel. Is in libraryIn library only

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Financial Aid & Scholarships

Use this list to find out ways to get funding for the college or university of your dreams. Your first step should really be to contact the Financial Aid office for the school you'll be attending, but these resources can give you some additional ideas. Found In:

Find a Lawyer New!

A list of resources to help find a lawyer and/or document preparer in Pima County and the State of Arizona. Found In:

Food Network Magazine Library Card Required.

America’s best-selling food magazine and every food lover’s essential handbook, each issue is packed with star recipes and tips and fun, creative ideas for home cooks. Available in Zinio Magazines. Found In:

Foundation Maps

Foundation Maps is a data visualization platform that brings to life data about U.S. and global philanthropy through extensive mapping, charting, and analytic capabilities. Found In: is in branchOnly available in the Joel D. Valdez Main Library, by request at third floor reference desk

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Genre Guides! New!

Browse by genre for staff picks and new arrivals in our collection of books, movies, and more! Find books, movies and other stuff for kids, teens, and adults in genres like mystery, romance, historical fiction, and more! Found In:

Get Covered America

Find free help to apply for health care insurance from a local expert. Search by using your zip code to find nearby assistance. Found In:

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Your source for information about the Health Insurance Marketplace. Learn about health plans for individuals and businesses as available through the Affordable Care Act. Found In:

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In Touch Weekly Library Card Required.

Touch Weekly is a celebrity and entertainment news magazine that brings you all the latest news, gossip and photos of the hottest Hollywood stars and celebrity icons. Available through Zinio Magazines.  Found In:

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Jack & Jill Magazine Read Magazines Library Card Required.

Poetry, humor, games, stories, and crafts that help you learn about health, nutrition, and safety. Ideal for first, second, and third-graders. Available in EBSCO MasterFILE Complete.

Jobs at the Library

Learn about how to apply for a job at the Pima County Public Library through Pima County's Human Resources page, or through the Pledge-a-Job program for teens and young adults. Found In:

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Ladybug Magazine Read Magazines Library Card Required.

Stories, poems, songs, games, and adventures for little ones ages two to six and their caregivers. Available in EBSCO MasterFILE Complete.

Legal Forms and Law Libraries New!

Get the Life Care Planning Packet online or find out where you can go to get legal forms and do legal research around the state. Found In:

Life & Style Weekly Library Card Required.

Life & Style has all the celebrity news, highlights hollywood's hottest fashion and style trends, and helps readers translate their favorite stars' styles into their own lives. Available through Zinio Magazines.  Found In:

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O*NET Online – Career Exploration

Detailed descriptions of occupations for use by job seekers. Find out what's involved with a job, what skills are needed, education level required, and the outlook for that industry. Found In:

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PBS Video Collection Digital Media Watch Movies Library Card Required.

Jazz greats, sports stars, pioneers in television and broadcasting are all here. Watch history unfold with the giants of science, literature, art and architecture. Not in the Library? To login:

  • After clicking the above link to PBS Video Collection
  • Scroll down the page to the "Search by institution name box" and type in Pima County Public Library.
  • In the "Library card login box," enter your library card number
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Piratepedia Library Card Required.

Avast! Plumb the briny depths of pirate history and read about high-sea rogues, their vessels, hideouts, and grand adventures.

Popular Magazines Read Magazines Library Card Required.

Find the most popular digital magazines through Zinio Magazines and EBSCO. For a complete list, visit the Zinio Magazines landing page.

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Regional College Access Center

Helps students succeed in college with information on how to apply for and fund your education and what to expect when you get there.

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SkillsTutor – Self-Paced Online Learning

Whether you're a student or a job seeker, you can brush up your skills in reading, writing, math, and science. Get where you want to go! Ask your library tutor to set up your account, then use from anywhere online. Found In: is in branchOnly available in the library the first time, then use from anywhere online. Library staff will help you create an account.

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U.S.A. Learns

A free site from the U.S. Department of Education for adults to improve English speaking, pronunciation, listening, reading, spelling, writing and grammar.

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World War II Reference Library Library Card Required.

With biographies of major players in the war, speeches, diary entries, newspaper stories, and more, anyone interested in delving into WWII will find something of interest. Found In:

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