Teen Services
Access your library account and view
our card catalog online
HERE.
Anyone may view the online card catalog
to see what our library has on the shelf;
however, you must have a valid library
card in order to login to your account.
Recheck and reserve items, write
reviews, build your book bag,
AND MUCH MORE!
Hours of Operation
Monday - Friday
9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
OVERDRIVE/Libby - eBooks!!!
Borrow eBooks from our library today.
With overdrive, you can borrow and
enjoy FREE eBooks, audiobooks, and
more from your library's digital
collection.  All you need is an internet
connection and a valid library card.  The
Overdrive App may also be downloaded
to your portable device.
Carl & Mary Welhausen Library
810 Front Street
Yoakum, TX 77995
Phone #:  (361) 293-5001
DID YOU KNOW A LIBRARY CARD IS FREE?
Movies Available for Check Out
with your library card for FREE!
DVDs and BluRay
Anyone has the ability to check material out from this section; however
SEATING IS RESERVED FOR TEENS!
This cozy space offers charging stations at a booth and lighted bar; young
adult coloring books, colored pencils and pens; a lounging area with a teen
magazine filled coffee table for recreational reading; tons of reading material
including comic books, graphic novels, and manga; audio books; board games
(upon request); a message board; teen inspired decoration; and an inviting
atmosphere. A GREAT PLACE TO STUDY, COLLABORATE, AND HAVE A
GREAT TIME!
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Search the library to see what's on the shelves!!!
DISCLAIMER
The Library does not endorse any of the sites, companies, and/or information contained within this list. Parent/Guardian of child assumes complete
responsibility for their child visiting the websites and the information viewed on the websites. Some of these websites may require fees to access
more features. Information contained was retrieved online through the websites listed.
FAFSA - Federal Student Aid
The U.S. Department of Education's office of Federal Student Aid provides more than $120 billion in financial aid to help
pay for college or career school each year. Plan how to pay for college before you start. It's never too early—or too late—
to explore your options for college or career school. This site discusses key steps in preparing for college and provides
resources that can help you along the way. Ask school counselors and the college financial aid office about state, college,
and nonprofit grants and scholarships you can apply for. Be sure to meet application deadlines. Start saving before you get
to college. Consider prepaid tuition and education savings (529) plans.
Texas Workforce Commission Transition/Vocational Services
Texas Workforce Solutions Vocational Rehabilitation Services serves youth and students with disabilities to help prepare
for post-secondary education and employment opportunities.  Services are eligibility and need based.
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau:
The CFPB's Misadventures in Money Management (MiMM) is a gamified financial educational training program that trains
current and future servicemembers, veterans and their families on how to navigate the financial landscape in a fun and
interactive way. (
en espanol)
Graphic Novels, Manga, and Comic Books
Chainsaw Man, Deathstroke, Superman, Batman, Pokemon, Sailor Moon, Giant Days,
Attack on Titan, Tokyo Ghoul, Fruits Basket, Your Name, Joker, Harley Quinn, Ajin,
Walking Dead, One Punch Man, Death Note, Eden's Zero, My Hero Academia,
A Silent Voice, Click Series, JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, Summer Wars, Love in Focus,
Star Wars, I Had That Same Dream, To Your Eternity, Justice League, Wolf Children,
Jane Eyre, Romeo & Juliet, and Many More!
Board Games are available for
in-house checkout with your
library  card.
Download a copy of the Teen Services
Pamphlet for more information and to
share with your friends.
Mango Languages offers over 70 world language courses expertly designed to adapt to a diverse range of learning needs, styles, and backgrounds.
It is self-paced, intuitive, and accessible from anywhere. Mango combines the latest in online learning technology with proven language acquisition
methodology to give learners of every age and background the skills they need to communicate with confidence. Through a wide variety of adaptable
exercises and learning activities, learners pick up on new vocabulary, intuit unfamiliar grammatical structures, train pronunciation, and boost their
cultural IQ. Included with Mango is: conversational, bite-sized lessons, listening & reading activities, critical thinking and memory building exercises,
and more than 20 English second language paired-approach courses for learners of English. The
Mango App is also available for download so you
may learn on the go. If learning from a computer, go to: www.cityofyoakum.org/library, click on Mango Languages,
create a profile, login, and get
started
learning a new language. Card holders may also create up to 5 family profiles for multiple learners. You may also access Mango through the
Librista App.
The links within this text provide you with additional information on how to utilize Mango Languages - so please consider taking a peak at
them.
comenzando con los lenguajes del mango - Getting Started With Mango (Spanish)
Made possible through a Humanities Texas Relief Grant provided by the National Endowment of the Humanities (NEH) as part of the American
Rescue Plan.
LingoLite's - learning platform is an image and video-based foreign language learning tool for 260 of the most basic words and terms in 30
languages. It uses Associative Multimedia Learning, to help the user associate an image with the correct foreign word without first translating it into
their native language. Not to substitue Mango Languages, but to enhance your learning experience and assist in building your vocabulary. Benefits
include: intensive foreign language vocabulary building, helps pleasure travelers learn basic words quickly, and supports students preparing for study
abroad.
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