Online Resources | Bears of Ice


Bears of IceThere are all kinds of great resources available for the public through both our local library and the State Library.  Already several of our patrons have benefitted from the interlibrary loan services we offer, as well as digital book collections such as RBDigital.  But there are many more online resources just waiting for you!

One quick way to learn about the resources available is to visit the State Library’s Online Resources page, where many of the best options are listed.  These resources are conveniently listed under the subjects they highlight, including Business, Agriculture, Health, Education, Auto, and more!

If you’re interested in exploring the helpful tools that the North Dakota State Library offers, visit their website at , or visit us at the Northwood City Center Library and we can help you find what you’re looking for.  


This week we’re featuring a few new books from our children’s fiction collection!  

First up, we have Kathryn Lasky’s Bears of Ice, the fantastical story of two polar bear cub twins named First and Second, who embark on a treacherous journey to rescue their mother when she is abducted by the power-hungry kabol of bears who have taken over the Northern Kingdoms.  As the latest movement of the magical saga of Ga’Hoole, this book is sure to capture the imaginations of children with a taste for adventure.

Next, The Coral Island, by R.M. Ballantyne, takes us into the South Seas as three young boys- Ralph, Jack, and Peterkin- are shipwrecked and washed ashore on a deserted island.  After carving out a home and learning to fend for themselves, the boys’ courage is put to the test when a horde of cannibals and pirates invade their island.  Do three kids stand a chance against such terrible foes? Only time will tell…

Many more titles for readers of all ages and interests await at the Northwood City Center Library.  Come see for yourself!




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