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Back to School Help

back to school

Going back to school? We’ve got plenty of helpful resources for you! The only thing you need to use all of these resources for free is a Buena Park Library card.

To get started, simply visit our website at buenaparklibrary.org, and click on the e-resource you would like to access. If you have questions, then please stop by or call the reference desk at 714-826-4100 ext. 125. We are here to help!

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If you’re taking a foreign language class, Mango Languages might be helpful to you. Although Mango Languages won’t follow your course’s curriculum, it is a resource that could supplement your school learning. One aspect of the resource is a listen/record/playback feature that allows you to hear native speakers, record yourself, and playback to hear how your pronunciation and inflections compare to those of the native speakers.

AARRR! Ahoy!

Ye, mateys! September 19 be Talk Like a Pirate Day.


Avast! Ye be a landlubber? AARRR! If ye have want to speak like a swashbucklAARRR, try Mango Languages, availAARRRble at the Buena PAARRRk LibrAARRRy. All ye need is ye librAARRRy cAARRRd.

If you had trouble understanding what you just read, here is a rough translation. September 19 is Talk Like a Pirate Day. If you are not a pirate but want to learn to talk like a pirate, then try Mango Languages, available through the library’s website. All you need to log in is your library card. If you have any questions, call us at 714-826-4100 ext. 125, or stop by the reference desk.

And to close, here is a pirate joke for your amusement!

What is a pirate’s favorite Christmas carol?

pirate santa
Drum roll please…

We Three Kings of Orient AARRR!