On-line Catalog Access Link

How to check out a book from home.

  1. Click on “On-Line Catalog Access Link” (above).
  2. Click on “Destiny Discover” from the left side
  3. Click on “Log In” top right corner of screen
  4. User Name – is your student id # (example 20051234)
  5. Password- is your 8 digit birthday. (example 01/01/2020) You must use the slash marks
  6. Now click submit
  7. From here you can choose books in many ways. In the search bar you can :
  8. Search by title, author or subject.
  9. Or you can scroll around and pick recently added or by topic.
  10. Pick books that are marked “IN” with a green triangle.
  11. Click on the books picture
  12. After reading the summary if this is the book you want click “HOLD”

Picking Up the Books and Returning Books

You are allowed to choose 2 books at a time. After you have put a book on hold you will be able to come to school and pick up the books.

Books can be picked up between the hours of 9:00 am till 2:00 pm Monday thru Friday.

You can have the books for 2 weeks.

If you finish sooner you can return them and pick new ones. There will be a grey bin outside of the office doors marked “Library Books”. Place your books in there and make sure the lid is on.
The bin will be outside Monday – Friday only between 9:00 and 2:00 pm.

You can send me a message (below) with questions or call the library @ 274-6793.

I look forward to seeing you.

Ms. Raby

Homework Helpers

External LinkHomework Spot A network of online encyclopedias for all ages
External LinkKnight Cite or External LinkSon of Citation Machine or External LinkEasyBib Interactive tools to create reference citations
External LinkNative American Tribes and Languages

Reference Websites


External LinkFactmonster Kids version of Information Please Almanac
External LinkInfoplease Browse or search


External Learn about over 25,000 of the greatest lives in history
External LinkGale Free Resources - Black History Month (Feb.), Hispanic Heritage Month  (Sept.), Women's History Month (Mar.) and Poet's Corner (Apr.)
External LinkPresidents of the United States Alphabetized and indexed links


External LinkUnited Nations Cyberschoolbus
External LinkLibrary of Congress Country Studies
External LinkU.S. Department of State Background Notes


External LinkGoogle Maps Google's mapping website and directions
External LinkWorld Atlas Maps of the world
External LinkAtlapedia Online  Full color physical maps, political maps
External LinkOutline Maps Select a continent, country or state

Dictionaries and Thesauri

External LinkWord Central An online dictionary with useful tools
External LinkMerriam-Webster Dictionary and Thesaurus


External LinkHow Stuff Works An award-winning source of credible, unbiased, and easy-to-understand explanations of how the world actually works


External LinkBen's Guide to the Government Simple explanation of our government
External LinkFactfinder Information on the U.S. census
External LinkFBI Youth Information about the FBI and fun investigations
External LinkLibrary of Congress Log on, play around, learn something
External LinkSmithsonian Education A place for kids to explore, discover, and learn
External LinkStately Knowledge Facts about the United States
External LinkU. S. Census Bureau Data on everything imaginable"


External LinkThe Detroit Free Press
External LinkThe Detroit News
External LinkUSA Today

Contact Us

Kim Raby
Riverside Middle School
Laura Turk
Riverside Middle School