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Genealogy Research Available in the Library

The library provides access to Ancestry® Library Edition, which is distributed by ProQuest and powered by You can search billions of records in census data, vital records, immigration records, family histories, military records, court and legal documents, directories, photos, maps, and more. These documents detail the lives of individuals from North America, the UK, Europe, Australia, and other regions as far back as 1300. You can view the full image of these documents free of charge from any library computer or print them for 10 cents a page. Discover who you are at your library!

You can also use My Heritage in the library or from home using your Nebraska driver's license or a password provided by the library.


FEATURED: NEBRASKA DISASTER Resource Guide - a consolidated guide for Nebraskans in need of disaster relief resources, including summaries, hotlines, and other contact information for more than two dozen community organizations as well as state and federal agencies involved in recovery assistance.

AtoZ World Food is a food, culture, and traditional recipes database covering 174 countries. It includes food culture articles, recipes, ingredient articles, food glossaries, and lots of pictures.

DigitalLearn provides instruction on using a computer, searching the Internet, online security, job skills, social media, and more. provides free online Department of Motor Vehicle (DMV) practice tests for your driver's license including 10 car practice tests, 6 motorcycle practice tests, 1 CDL (Commercial Driver’s License) practice test, 2 online driver’s manuals (car and motorcycle), and an FAQ section with detailed answers to 100+ DMV-related questions. The site allows users to hear selections read aloud, make them into MP3s, translate pages into other languages, magnify text, and mask sections of the screen for greater visibility on driving practice tests.

Fantastic Fiction provides lists of all of an author's works and groups them by series.

Juvenile Series and Sequels is maintained by Mid-Continent Public Library in Missouri.

Khan Academy is a source of math, science, computer programming, history, art, economics, and more free online classes. Prepare for SAT, MCAT, GMAT, NCLEX-RN, and other standard tests.

Local Jobs is a list of jobs within a 25 mile radius of zip code 68048 from theNebraska Department of Labor's NEworks website.

Mitchell 1's ProDemand provides procedures, wiring diagrams, and specifications for repairing cars, trucks, and large equipment. Access this information from any library computer with a password provided by library staff.

NebraskAccess offers free 24/7 access to websites selected by librarians, full-text government publications, and Nebraska historical resources. Nebraska residents are also provided with free online access to thousands of full-text magazine, journal, and newspaper articles, biographical and business information, genealogical resources, and more.

Nebraska Newspapers lets you browse old Plattsmouth and other select Nebraska newspapers online.

NoveList Plus is a complete readers' advisory resource for fiction and non-fiction titles.

Online College Database is a directory of U.S. colleges, universities, community colleges, and online colleges listing the number of students, average tuition, and other details.

OverDrive allows you to download or read online e-books and audiobooks on a wide variety of devices.

ProCitizen is a citizenship prep course with 100 instructional videos.

Pronunciator is a language-learning service which uses real-life situations and actual conversations with native speakers to more effectively teach a new language. Log in with your library card number and Pronunciator will keep track of your progress in learning any of the 80 languages and 50 English-as-a-Second-Language courses! Learn in the comfort of your home or use an app on your mobile phone or tablet. ProTour features virtual city tours for those planning a trip and can be found after you select a language.

RBdigital is a collection of e-books, audiobooks, and magazines that is free to library patrons. Enter your patron barcode with PP, a space, and your five-digit number.

WorldCat provides details on items owned by libraries worldwide.

Zinio provides access to hundreds of magazines you can read online. Free to library patrons. Enter your patron barcode with PP, a space, and your five-digit number.

Free E-Books and Online Audiobooks - free audiobooks


Free eBooks

Google eBookstore

Government Printing Office

Internet Archive

LibriVox - free audiobooks

Open Library

Project Gutenberg

Other Links

Grief's Journey (formerly Ted E. Bear Hollow) provided the library with grief kits for children and teens. They also offer grief services in the form of workshops and camps.

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RBdigital for E-books, Audiobooks, and Magazines

The library provides access to e-books and e-audiobooks through both OverDrive and RBdigital. RBdigital also includes e-magazines in a new all-in-one interface for your computer and mobile devices. Both of these services can be accessed with a library card on your mobile devices or by clicking on the links on the left side of this page.

If you’ve used RBdigital in the past, including OneClick Digital for audiobooks and Zinio for magazines, and you haven’t updated them recently, you can download the new RBdigital app through the old interface or search your app store for RBdigital. Your username and password will remain the same. You won't lose any of your previously checked out content.

The app delivers your favorite titles right to your smartphone or tablet or you can access them on your computer using the icons to the right. Download now to listen, read, learn, and enjoy! If you have any questions or need assistance, call 402-296-4154 or bring your device to the library.

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Find Recipes on AtoZ World Food

You can now search for recipes and food information from around the world by clicking on the orange AtoZ World Food logo to the left. The AtoZ World Food database allows you to explore recipes and food culture from around the world 24/7 from library computers or in the comfort of your own home.

AtoZ World Food is a food, culture, and traditional recipes database covering 174 countries. It includes over 800 food culture articles, over 6,500 recipes, 500+ ingredient articles, and 6 food glossaries. High quality photos accompany the recipes and articles. Now you can experiment with new foods and new recipes from around the world.

To access the database, use the link on either side of this web page. Log in with your library card number (don’t put a space after the P), and create your own account. You can save and share your favorite recipes and dazzle your friends with the new dishes you create.

If you have any questions, contact the library at 402-296-4154.