Welcome to Nellie Pederson Civic Library in Clifton, Texas
About Our Library
This award-winning educational resource is 100% free on library computers. The curriculum is presented in a carefully-designed learning path with thousands of activities and more than 650 lessons in six levels. Suitable for pre-school, pre-K, kindergarten, and homeschool children ages 2-7+. Click here to learn more.
Use our catalog to search, renew, and place holds on items from our collection, set up a personal book list, and more.
Open the eBooks tab above to locate digital items for your portable device. Many free download links are located there.
View a list of the services we provide, in addition to lending books.
Visit our cards page for information about obtaining a library card and related facts.
Review our policies governing Internet and computer use, library behavior, and unattended children in the library.
View a list of the fines, fees, and charges applicable to patron use of services.
Our contacts page provides forms for requesting interlibrary loans, requesting book purchases, asking questions, and providing comments to your librarians.
Attention Students of All Ages!
If you are interested in attending an in-state online college, visit the Online Colleges website for comprehensive information about undergraduate and graduate degree programs and scholarships in Texas.
New York Times Bestsellers
Titles of Note is a direct link to the NYT lists of currently popular adult and children's hardcover, paperback, and e-books.
New Resources for Job-seekers!
Glassdoor helps you find a job and company you love. This dynamic site provides reviews, salaries and benefits from employees, and interview questions from candidates. Millions of jobs. Submit a resume if you see a position that interests you...
Goodcall Scholarship Search Engine is a unique database with links to currently-available scholarships. It requires no personal information and is free of charge.
Visit the Library for Free Access to ancestry.com.
Nellie Pederson Civic Library and Bosque County Genealogical Society (BCGS) have partnered to make ancestry.com available at the library free of charge. The subscription to this exceptional research site is funded by BCGS for use by its members, library patrons, and area residents. Use is limited to library computers or your laptop connection to our wireless network.
Open the Genealogy tab to go to dozens of recommended research sites.
Visit the Portal to Texas History
New links provided by University of North Texas are located on Research tab under General Resources.
More Texas State Research Sources
Articles, encyclopedia entries, and other sources for locating facts on any subject...from general interest to business, hobbies, and more. Also access Heritage Quest for genealogical research. Contact your librarian for an authorized username and password.
Member libraries now have access to Learning Express Library and Job & Career Accelerator, providing practice tests (GED, SAT, firefighting, EMS, health care, and many more); resume preparation; software, computer and Internet tutorials; and other job and career resources. Patrons create their own personal accounts to track their goals, progress, and job searches.
To learn more about Learning Express visit www.learningexpressllc.com/solutions/home.cfm
TexShare has prepared a FAQ about these 2 new resources www.tsl.state.tx.us/texshare/lefaq.html