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New at the Library and Archives

Featured digitized resources

Coloring books

You can print out these coloring books from the Internet Archive. 

Recipes

Looking for new recipes? Try A Dash of Sevillity from the Pensacola Heritage Foundation Cook Book Committee

Plant identification

Spending time outside? Florida Wetland Plants: an Identification Manual might be a nice companion. 

New books list 

 

Spring 2020 New Books List 

Check out our e-books for library professionals or e-books for state agencies

If you are a state agency employee, you can apply online for a library card

New Archives website

The new State Archives of Florida website provides lots of new and updated resources, including a new section on preserving your own papers and photographs.

Featured database

ScienceDirect combines full-text scientific, technical and health publications so you can stay informed in your field, and can work more effectively and efficiently. 

Their collections include: 

  • More than 16 million articles from 2,500 scientific and technical journals.
  • 39,000 science e-books.
  • More than 330,000 specialized topics. 

Sign in to our databases page with your state library card for access.

New federal and state documents

Featured bibliography

Public Health in Florida

Public health has played a role in Florida’s history since before statehood. This guide from the State Library of Florida explores public health in Florida history and in modern times. 

imls180.for.panel.jpgMany of these resources and programs are funded under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act from the Institute of Museum and Library Services. Florida's LSTA program is administered by the Department of State's Division of Library and Information Services.