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The world's #1 language course for children. Available in eight languages (English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Mandarin Chinese, Portuguese, Russian), the muzzy story is a captivating way for kids to learn another language.
Now the world’s most complete and authoritative reference work on the world’s largest language is yours to use wherever you are. The digital version of the Oxford English Dictionary is available to all AADL patrons, complete with the definitions, etymologies, and usages back to the word’s origins that have made the OED the dictionary about the English language.
Discover the history of Ann Arbor through 6000 pages of historical texts and over 800 images. This partnership between the AADL, the University of Michigan University Library and the Bentley Historical Library also includes collections of postcards, historic buildings, and maps of early Ann Arbor.