All MPPL patrons can register for Read Beyond the Beaten Path, our theme for 2022 Summer Reading. At registration, you will receive a reading log to record what you read this summer. For six weeks (June 10th-July 15th) record your reading and every week come in for a special prize and a raffle ticket for the Grand Prize Drawing on July 22nd. Click here for more details.
If you have questions about how to use our resources, please visit us, call the Reference Desk: (708) 649-7485, or email: email@example.com. If you are using our online resources from home, you will need your Melrose Park library card number to log in.
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Access Online Subscriptions-Based Resources
Stream & Download: Use your library card and PIN to access online subscription streaming services, digital learning tutorials, and more.
Online Research: Use your library card and PIN to access online database subscription resources that offer vetted information, ditial learning tutorials, and more.
Online Learning: Use your library card and PIN to access online subscription resources and free online courses from credible sites.
Special Collections – Melrose Park Memories: Explore and research Melrose Park history, local digitalized newspapers, Veterans History Project, Mail-Order houses, geneology, and more.
Find Local Connections
Senior Citizen Resources: Find programs and resources that exist in Melrose Park and the surrounding suburbs and how to access and participate in them.
Request Curbside Pickup
Curbside pickup is available for library patrons. For more information, please call us: (708) 649-7481.
Use Health Resources
Consumer Health Complete: Supports the information needs of patients and fosters an overall understanding of health-related topics.
MedlinePlus: Online health information resource for patients and their familes and friends.
Mayo Clinic: Provides reference information and resources on health topics.
COVID-19 Information: Local resources and guides for individuals and families living in Melrose Park.
Play Online Memory Games
Sudoku: The popular Japanese puzzle game Sudoku is based on the logical placement of numbers. An online game of logic, Sudoku doesn’t require any calculation nor special math skills; all that is needed are brains and concentration.
Google Solitare: Train Your Brain with Fun & Challenging Classic Klondike Solitaire Card Game.
MentalUP: Free brain games for seniors! These gamified exercises are developed by academicians and specialists and aim to improve essential mental skills like memory, logic, attention, etc.
Lumosity: Exercise memory, flexibility, and more with the world’s most popular brain training program.