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Featured digitized resources
You can print out these coloring books from the Internet Archive.
Looking for new recipes? Try A Dash of Sevillity from the Pensacola Heritage Foundation Cook Book Committee.
Spending time outside? Florida Wetland Plants: an Identification Manual might be a nice companion.
New books list
If you are a state agency employee, you can apply online for a library card.
New Archives website
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
- U.S. Census Bureau. Statistics in Schools. Everyone counts!(PDF) / ¡Todos contamos! (PDF) Washington, DC: Statistics in Schools, 2020.
- Florida. Legislature. Office of Program Policy Analysis and Government Accountability. A Review of Restorative Justice in Florida and Other States (PDF).Tallahassee: Florida Office of Program Policy Analysis and Government Accountability, 2020.
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.