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City Science Quest

Metro Atlanta Libraries Mission

Your library has tons of cool books to help you discover your next STEM obsession or dive deeper into one. Borrow an eBook featuring Science, Technology, Engineering, or Math – or a biography about an interesting person in a STEM field.

  1. Follow the link below to your library system and discover eBooks that are available for check out with your library card. These links show kids’ items; if you are a teen or an adult, change the search once you enter the link to match your reading level.
  2. Find an eBook that looks interesting to you.
  3. Then, return to the GooseChase app and tap the “Enter Answer” button to type the name of your chosen eBook and author.
  4. If you have a library card, go ahead and check the eBook out! If not, apply for a library card using the library system’s online link.

*GLASS is Georgia’s Talking Book library and works within a nationwide network of libraries administered by The National Library Service (NLS) for the Blind and Print Disabled. GLASS provides reading materials in accessible formats; most of the material is audible. From the GLASS website, in the GLASS links section you’ll find a link for the NLS Kids Zone. A catalog search for “science” will deliver hundreds of STEM related titles. Though GLASS partners with all of Georgia public libraries, a GLASS membership is required to access the materials. GLASS materials are in accessible formats such as audio, electronic braille, and large print.

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