Community Resources 2023

July 18, 2023

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Fiction and Nonfiction Online Books for Adult Learners

Access the ReadLife Bookshelf, a digital book collection filled with stories designed for adults seeking to improve their literacy skills. A range of online books in English or Spanish is available at

ProLiteracy’s Training Webinars Are Now Available to Watch on YouTube

ProLiteracy’s Teacher Training Plus was popular with instructors looking for new strategies and one-on-one guidance on basic literacy, English language learning, HSE, and using published materials. Tutors can watch all past webinars on ProLiteracy’s YouTube Channel. Learn about building conversation confidence, teaching writing to basic literacy students, improving reading comprehension, helping students with pronunciation, and more.

Annapolis Opera Presents Stories Through Music

Visit the library’s website for more information on fun and interactive concerts that tell the meanings behind classical and popular music. Enjoyable for all ages at branches throughout Anne Arundel County from now through August 3.

AA County Partnership Warm Line

The Anne Arundel County Partnership for Children, Youth, and Families is now accepting calls for resources or basic needs assistance through its Warm Line at 1-800-485-0041. Residents may call the Warm Line with all basic needs, including housing, food security, resources for parents, family navigation, and more.

Students & Tutors: Access The Baltimore Banner Using Your Library Card

Anne Arundel County Public Library card holders can now read The Baltimore Banner, a nonprofit news website launched earlier this year that covers the Baltimore region. Visit AACPL’s website to sign in using your library card number.

Barbara Bush Foundation Reading Resource Library

A tool created for educators to share with learners, filled with topically relevant, educational, and captivating books for readers of all ages and levels.

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