Try these apps and services to borrow digital library materials like e-books, audiobooks, magazines, music and movies. You can also access this content directly through the library catalog.
Effective March 19, 2020, you can:
- Get a library card online for instant access.
- Use digital content even if you were previously unable to due to late fines.
- Borrow up to 50 items at a time from OverDrive.
- Stream up to 15 items per month from Hoopla.
- Stream up to 10 items per month from Kanopy.
Also, Macmillan Publishers has ended its e-book embargo and the library is again purchasing Macmillan titles.
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E-books and audiobooks
Through June 30th, the Internet Archive is making 1.4 million ebooks available to borrow for free. Signing up for an Internet Archive account is free and open to the world. Please email the Internet Archive if you have any problems.
For kids and parents:
E-books and audiobooks just for kids from OverDrive Kids.
Explore our collection of e-books and audiobooks for teens at OverDrive Teens.
Narrated e-books, educational games and activities from TumbleBooks.
Junior Library Guild is providing free access to JLG Digital for elementary, middle and high school students. E-books and audiobooks are available using the desktop version or through an app. Please email the Junior Library Guild if you have any problems.
Reference e-books and information databases from Gale eBooks.
E-books in all academic subject areas, plus research tools, from EBook Central.