All Featured Collections
|Celebrate Black History||
Celebrate Black History Month with a diverse selection of books, resources, and events that recognize the heritage, accomplishments, and culture of black Americans.
|Cooking for Health||
"Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food." - Hippocrates
Diet can play a big role in treating many chronic health conditions. Check out recipes to help combat allergies, auto-immune conditions, diabetes, high blood pressure, and more.
|Eat for Health||
Nutrition matters— after all, you are what you eat! Learn more about how the foods you eat affect your body, your mind, and your health.
Explore Space and Astronomy with resources provided by our Explore Space initiative, supported by grant funds from the Institute of Museum and Library Services under the provisions of the federal Library Services and Technology Act as administered by the State Library of North Carolina, a division of the Department of Natural and Cultural Resources.
How does your garden grow? Find out how to grow your own food with this collection of resources and books!
|Health & Wellness||
Books and resources to help you improve health and enrich your life.
|Mix it up||
Try something new! Cooking at home is a great way to explore and try new recipes- and build a new skill!
|More about Mental Health||
Books and resources to inform about mental health and remove the stigma.
|Nutrition for Kids||
Celebrate National Nutrition Month with resources for Kid's Nutrition.
Explore and Learn! Check out these science resources for kids.
Adult nonfiction for the curious and sceintifically-minded.
|Still a Better Lovestory|
|Timeline-A Brief History of African American Music||
Celebrate the history and influence of African American music upon the United States with DJ Justin Moe. He'll be using music in his collection to present a timeline of sorts... from field songs to current Hip Hop and much in between. He has a genuine love for the music and has provided a list of resources such as books, documentaries, and music available to check out from libraries throughout North Carolina via the NC Cardinal system.
Featuring books and resources to help children understand mental health, disability, and illness.