111 N. 4th St.  Moberly, Missouri, 65270

PHONE: 660.263.4426 - FAX: 660.263.4024

Little Dixie Regional Libraries is a two-county library system serving Randolph and Monroe counties in Missouri. We have the main branch (Moberly)  and three (3) branches located in HuntsvilleMadison and Paris.


        Little Dixie Regional Libraries exists primarily to meet the informational and recreational needs of all residents within it's service area. The role of the library is to provide access to and actively promote public awareness and usage of materials and services to meet the needs, as well as to preserve the cultural and intellectual heritage of the service area.

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Teen & Young Adult


Check us out for ideas about what to read next, homework help, and great links to websites

for teens. We also hope you'll stop by the library for great books, CDs, and movies - or just to

use the Internet or hang out in the YA section.

Teen Advisory Council (TAC)

tacWould you like to have a voice when it comes to teen services at your Library?
Join a Little Dixie library teen advisory group!
Talk about Teen Spaces, programs, library materials and much more.
We would love to hear your ideas and opinions!

Hot Topics

A+ Writing
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Teen Space at the Internet Public Library
  This site provides homework help by subject, guides to writing a research paper, science fair information. It's a great starting point.
The Homework spot

homeworkflagThe Homework spot has resources organized by age and subject, as well as an online encyclopedia. It directs you to websites from all over the place that can help you with your assignments.

Teen Scene Online Magazine
  Teen Scene Magazine is the leading online magazine for teens and young adults!



Clubs and Organizations

Find a club or organization devoted to virtually any topic: academics, adventure, politics, religion, the web. You name it!

Reading and Writing

Looking for something to read that isn't required by your teachers? Here are sites with fun reading lists, independent 'zines, blogs by teens, etc.


Health and Sexuality

The best sites for information on physical and mental health. Find info on diet and exercise, illnesses, drugs, eating disorders, etc.

School and Homework Help

Resources for homework, writing papers, learning disabilities, planning for the college or work, and English as a second language.


Money and Work

Are you looking for your first job? Wondering about how you should spend and save your hard-earned cash? Well, this section is all about earning, saving, and spending money.

Sports, Entertainment, and Arts

Information about the diverse and exciting worlds of sports, pop culture, and the arts. Resources cover everything from how-to's to discussion boards to just plain entertainment.



Are you the person your friends and family turn to for techie advice? We've got resources on design, platforms, gaming and more.


readergirlz is the cutting-edge literacy and social media project for teens, awarded the National Book Award for Innovations in Reading. It is a nonprofit volunteer organization. The readergirlz mission is to promote teen literacy and corresponding social service.



Enhance Learning with FREE lesson plans and educational resources


Below are some databases that are geared toward students.





Gateway Award Nominees 2013-2014

Ashesby Ilsa J. Bick.  Egmont USA.

Anna Dressed in Bloodby Kendare Blake.  Tor Teen.

Bitter Endby Jennifer Brown.  Little, Brown Books for Young Readers.

Shelter, by Harlan Coben.  Putnam Juvenile.

I'll Be There, by Holly Goldberg Sloan Little, Brown Books for Young Readers.

Everybody Sees the Ants, by A.S. King. Little, Brown Books for Young Readers.

Ashfallby Mike Mullin.  Tanglewood Press.

Shineby Lauren Myracle.  Amulet Books.

Deliriumby Lauren Oliver.  HarperCollins.

Divergent, by Veronica Roth.  Katherine Tegen Books.

Au Revoir, Crazy European Chickby Joe Schreiber.  Houghton Mifflin Books for Children.

Between Shades of Grayby Ruta Sepetys.  Philomel.

Daughter of Smoke and Boneby Laini Taylor.  Little, Brown and Company.

The Probability of Miraclesby Wendy Wunder.  Razorbill.

All These Things I've Done, by Gabrielle Zevin.  Farrar, Straus, and Giroux.

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