Explore our ever-growing OverDrive collection, now offering over 100,000 audiobooks and 500,000 ebooks, providing access to bestsellers and lesser-known titles, fiction and nonfiction, adult and children's literature. The popular magazines collection includes over 3,000 publications in more than 15 languages.
The Libby app is available for mobile devices. Follow these steps to get started with Libby.
Access hoopla and enjoy over 1,000,000 titles: audiobooks, ebooks, films, music, and comic books. Check out materials in over 50 languages: English, Spanish, French, Chinese, Russian, and more.
Hoopla account setup is a bit tricky. The hoopla app is available for mobile devices. Follow these steps to get started.
Our children’s book digital collections include read-alongs, picture books, early readers, and chapter books for younger kids. Thousands of books are available for older children in a variety of genres. We also offer a great selection of audiobooks for young listeners.
Hoopla and Overdrive databases are full of books your kids will enjoy. Both offer kid-friendly filtered landing pages.
As an academic library, we provide books for all ages and interests. It is up to you to select age-appropriate materials for your children.
Hoopla database offers a large collection of children's books and videos, including materials in Spanish and other languages. Select the Kids filter at the top of the page to limit your selection to children-friendly materials.
Read-alongs are books with professionally recorded narration that plays along while you read. Most read-along ebooks will highlight words, sentences, or paragraphs as the narrator reads them. Read-alongs are offered for picture books, early readers, and chapter books. They are available in ebook and video formats.
Picture books primarily use illustrations to tell the story and are created for children 2 to 8 years old. Early or beginner readers are books with slightly more text and are read from ages 5 to 9. Chapter books target ages 7 to 10.
Books for older kids and more advanced readers are available in a variety of genres and are listed under the general categories of Juvenile literature, fiction, and nonfiction.