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Movies, Music, E-books & More
Download the free hoopla digital mobile app for Android, iOS device, Kindle Fire or visit hoopladigital.com to begin enjoying thousands of titles – from major Hollywood studios, record companies and publishers – available to borrow 24/7, for instant streaming or temporary downloading to smartphones, tablets and computers.
Need help? Visit hoopla's website now for answers to frequently asked questions.
E-books & E-audiobooks
Download free e-books and e-audiobooks with cloudLibrary. You’ll need your Library Card number and PIN to register. Check out up to seven books at a time, and they will be accessible for up to 21 days before automatically expiring from your account. No late fees! Apps are available for smartphones, tablets, and computers.
Need help? Visit the cloudLibrary’s website now.
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A message for Original Kindle, Kindle Paperwhite, or Kindle Voyage users:
Please know that the Kindle e-book format is proprietary, and no lending library is compatible with that format unless Amazon allows it. As it currently stands, cloudLibrary is not compatible with the Kindle format. To let Amazon know that you would like to be able to use cloudLibrary with your Original Kindle, Paperwhite, or Voyage, please email email@example.com. Thank you!
Classic and Public Domain E-books
Interested in a Classic? Check Project Gutenberg
for free e-books. Their collection includes over 49,000 books to download or read online.
Download up to 5 mp3 songs per week, and stream up to 3 hours a day!
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Get the app at the Apple App Store or Google Play Store.
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Learn a Language
With Rocket Languages, you can learn 14 languages through audio lessons, games, interactive content, and personalized tracking. It’s a wonderful, effective way to learn a new language (or brush up on an old one!). English as a Second Language and American Sign Language are also included.