Resources to make your stay at home educational and enjoyable

This is a list of on-line resources available to everyone while we are restricted from our normal routines. I believe they are all free. If you know of any please send the links to us through the Library’s messenger on Facebook.

Through the LPL

  • Camellia Net: See this note on how to sign in and search. Feel free to cal the library if you have any questions or need help
  • Mango Languages: Take this time to start learning a new language.
  • TumbleBooks: The LPL’s TumbleBookLibrary subscription includes unlimited and unrestricted access from the comfort and safety of home, 24/7. If you use the app (found at the Play and Apple store’s) you will need to use the username luvernepl and the password libra. To navigate through the applications see here for a tutorial.
  • Homework Alabama is now offering extended hours for additional tutoring assistance for students at home during the COVID-19 crisis. The online tutoring program's hours have been extended to 8 a.m. – 10 p.m. daily through May 31. 
  • Alabama Virtual Library: If you do not already have an account please contact the LPL and we will create one for you.
  • EBSCO Learning Express: Find Tests, Tutorials, and eBooks for ACT, SAT, and ASVAB
  • Library Spot: Find the best library and reference resources at, including top dictionaries, encyclopedias, newspapers, maps, quotations and much more.
  • BSW Education Consulting: Free Test Prep & College Admissions Guides

Crenshaw County 4-H

Adult Resources


  • In light of concerns about COVID-19 and the closure of many libraries around the state, Ancestry and ProQuest are offering temporary at-home access to Ancestry Library Edition for Alabama residents. Please note that at-home access is available on an temporary basis. Until COVID-19 restrictions are lifted. Once they have you can come by the library for free access until the end of this year. From-home access is still available to Alabamians. You must go through an APLS secure page before proceeding to Ancestry Library Edition. You can contact APLS reference staff at for the login credentials. Use ALE Access as the subject of your email to receive the credentials promptly. Alternatively, you can message the LPL privately via social media or email to request the login credentials. The password you are give will only work on APLS’ secure site; it is not a password to Ancestry itself.

Virtual Tours


The Arts

Creative Art

Science & Math

Misc. resources


High School Student Resources

Mixed Educational sites




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