Library Media Center

Wordle art with words describing the LMC's mission

The mission of the Library/Media Centers at Fruitport Community Schools is to instill the love of reading by providing a nurturing environment in which students and staff become effective users of ideas and information.  The centers support the curriculum by making accessible a wide range of materials and technologies for life-long learning in an ever-changing world....

Other Media Center Links

Electronic Texts

External LinkBartleby  Literature, reference, and verse
External LinkBibliomania  Free online literature
External LinkCredio Reference  Fully searchable reference books
External LinkShakespeare Editions   Shakespeare's Works
External LinknetLibrary  E-books through MeL
External LinkThe Online Books Page  Over one million free online books
External LinkProject Gutenberg  Free eBooks without copyright
External Link Dolphin Easy Reader Free app for people that experience difficulty reading 


FHS Media Center Periodicals

Architectural Digest Brides
Car and Driver Consumer Reports
Field & Stream Fitness
Good Housekeeping Health
Inc. Leatherneck
The Lion Money
National Geographic Outdoor Life
People Popular Science
Road 7 Track Scientific American
Seventeen Smithsonian
Sports Illustrated Time
Whitetails Unlimited Wired
Grand Haven Tribune The Grand Rapids Press
The Muskegon Chronicle  


Research Databases

PDF DocumentHere is the home access password document

External External LinkMusicians & Composers
External LinkCareer Cruising External LinkGALE Cengage Learning
External LinkInfotrac External LinkOpposing Viewpoints
External LinkPrimary Sources in US History External
External LinkMKG Area District Library External LinkFree Permit Practice Tests
External LinkeLibrary  


External LinkThe Muskegon District Library offers the following online resources:

  • America's Newspapers
  • Biography Resource Center
  • Culture Grams
  • Heritage Quest Online
  • World Book

To access these resources, you will need your library card number. If you do not have a library card, please visit one of the Muskegon Area District Libraries to obtain one. If you are under the age of 18, you will need a parent/guardian signature.



Daily Hours:
Monday - Friday
7:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Closed for Lunch:
M, W, F - 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
T, Th - 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Delayed Start Wed - 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM

Mrs. Martin's Blog

Library Media Center Blog

Media Center Links






Free Summer Audiobook Program

PDF DocumentStudent LMC Procedures

PDF DocumentMLA Format Guide