World Language Collection
MCDL offers World Language Collections at the Brunswick, Highland, and Medina locations. We offer materials in many languages such as Russian, Hindi, and Spanish and in many formats including books, magazines, children's items, CD's and DVD's. The collections are rotated quarterly so patrons may check back often for new material types and languages.
Requests for items in varying languages may be made at your nearest Reference Department or online via the World Language Material Request form. Please return items to the library you from which you borrowed them.
Made possible through a partnership with Cleveland Public Library.
Children’s fiction books, picture books, and board books featuring text in English paired with another language. Available at all locations.
Popular Languages Include
Spanish, Russian, Ukrainian, French, German, Arabic and Chinese
MCDL offers English to speakers of other languages resources at Medina and Brunswick Locations.
Brunswick - Every Mon. & Wed., 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Lodi - Every Tues., 5:30 - 8:00 pm
Medina - Every Mon. & Wed., 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Develop English language skills. Call Project:LEARN at 330-723-1314 ext. 8 to register. No session Nov. 13, Dec. 25, Jan. 1.
Brunswick - Nov. 17, Dec. 1, 15, Jan. 5, 19, Feb. 2, 16, 10:00 am
Culture, vocabulary, customs, and more, followed by discussion. Zoom option available.
Please register at mcdl.info/events
NEW! Citizenship Corner
Borrow citizenship study kits which include flash cards, practice tests, and more. Browse books, print naturalization forms, and access online resources.
Citizenship Resources and Helpful Websites
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services
The Naturalization Interview and Test
Citizenship Guides and Assistance
Citizenshipworks- Become a U.S. Citizen
Preparing for the Citizenship Test
Research Databases- Go alphabetically to Learning Express Library and then type Citizenship in the search bar.
National Archives- America’s Founding Documents
Ben's Guide to the U.S. Government
Assistance Adjusting to Life in the United States