While we are closed use these free apps for movies, music, eBooks, audiobooks & magazines.

Find How-To instructions here.

Hoopla Digital provides online access to thousands of movies, TV shows, audiobooks and music albums. Set up a free account with your library card #.

Enjoy on your computer (streaming) or through the Hoopla app for Android or iOS devices (stream or download).

Libby. Upgrade to Libby on your ipad/iphone, android devices or Windows 10. Go to the place on your device where you purchase and download apps (i.e., App Store, Google Play Store, etc.) Search for and download the free Libby app.

Note: Kindle Fire users must download Overdrive. For those upgrading to Libby, you will automatically have access to your old Overdrive account.

Overdrive has 1000’s of ebooks and audiobooks to choose from, including best sellers. Browse & download the library’s ebook collection, available to read on your computer or mobile device.

Internet Archive. Is your ebook waitlisted on Overdrive right now? Try the Internet Archive.

To read on a device you will need to install Adobe Digital Editions, available from the App Store (Apple) and Google Play (Android).

BookFlix. Award-winning, animated video storybooks paired with related nonfiction eBooks to build a love of reading and learning. For PreK – 3rd grade.

TrueFlix. Learn about people, places, nature, history, and science from videos and eBooks. For grades 3 – 5.

Flipster let’s you browse, download and stream free digital magazines on your laptop or mobile device.