Home Life End the school year on a high note

End the school year on a high note

Although the school year is winding down students have more to accomplish before the summer break; taking exams, writing research papers, and pouring over homework assignments.

Now would be a good time to go to the library website (www.bossierlibrary.org), access Tutor.com, and end the year with better grades.

Being able to study online from home is what Tutor.com is all about. In addition to the convenience of working from home other benefits include: “Live one-to-one help; being able to access and review your previous online sessions; and setting up a locker where you can upload, organize and access your Tutor files.

Hiring a tutor can be costly, but Tutor.com is free with your library card. Homework help for students from kindergarten through college is provided by experienced tutors who are experts in their field. You can talk with or text them during the following times: K-College, Sunday – Thursday from 2p.m. – 10p.m.; Adult Education and Career Center, Sunday – Thursday from 10a.m. – 10p.m.

Another great tool is Tutor.com To Go for those with an iPad, iPhone & iPod Touch. Android and iOS7 users can download a free app for these devices.

There are many practice tests available for high school students and adults such as: college entrance exams; graduate school entrance exams; the HiSET; ASVAB (Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery); Civil Service Exams, NET (Nurse Entrance Test), and CLEP (College-Level Examination Program). Click on the “SkillsCenter Library where tutorials, practice worksheets, videos and other resources for careers are available too.”

Use your library to move to the next level in your educational career. The resources are free and available with your library card.

Book it to the Bossier Parish Libraries where we Geek online homework help and test prep.

Make a note:

  • Thursday, April 24, at 4 p.m., Teens ages 13-18 are invited to Aulds Library for Book Page Poetry craft day. Call (318) 742-2337.
  • Saturday, April 26, at 11 a.m., Dustin Williams, Children’s pastor for Shady Grove Baptist Church will perform magic tricks. Popcorn and drink boxes will be provided.


New Books


“Waking the Dead” by Heather Graham

“Losing Hope” by Colleen Hoover

“Burial Rites: A Novel” by Hannah Kent

“The Forever Girl” by Alexander McCall Smith

“The Weight of Blood” by Laura McHugh

“Boy, Snow, Bird” by Helen Oyeyemi

“The Rose & the Thorn, The Riyria Chronicles; Bk. 2” by Michael J. Sullivan

“The King: A Novel of the Black Dagger Brotherhood” by J. R. Ward

“Take This Cup” by Bodie Thoene


“Little Failure: A Memoir” by Gary Shteyngart

“The Dyslexia Empowerment Plan” by Ben Foss

“The Wonder of Aging” by Michael Gurian

“The Runner’s World Cookbook” by Joanna Sayago Golub

“Weelicious Lunches” by Catherine McCord

“Baby Bargains” by Denise & Alan Fields

“Toddler 411” by Denise Fields

“Social Security, Medicare & Government Pensions” by J. L. Matthews

“A History of the West-Central Part of Louisiana” by Kenneth L. Skinner

“Left for Dead” by David Alfvin


Vickie Hardin is Outreach Specialist for the Bossier Parish Library. She can be reached at vhardin@state.lib.la.us

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