For general Delaware County Libraries information, click here.
— You will find info about eBooks and Audiobooks here
— Check out eMagaines here.
— Catch up on local and national newspapers here.
Have a question? Ask a librarian!
With public libraries (and schools) closed to the public, please remember the POWER Library is open 24 hours a day! The POWER Library includes over 20 online databases plus over 16,000 e-books you can read online and/or download. If you do not have a public library card yet, please sign up for an eCard to access the POWER Library. An eCard will provide you with immediate access to the e-resource provided in POWER Library. To get your eCard, please register here.
Stuck at home? Why not use the time to research your family history? Ancestry Library Edition is now temporarily available from HOME! All you need is your library card! Don’t have a library card? Simply email your name, address, phone number, and birthday to email@example.com to get one today! Access Ancestry Library here.
The Library of Congress collects, preserves & provides access to its universal collections. Get the free tools and standards used by libraries, archives, and publishers.
The New York Times is working with Verizon to provide high schools with three free months of digital access from April 6 to July 6 — helping students stay connected to the world, even as they learn remotely.
These companies are temporarily offering their online resources for free as of 03/24/2020 (subject to change):
TumbleBooks Library – K-6 children’s ebook database
TumbleMath – K-6 math ebook database
TeenBookCloud – gr 7-12 ebook database
AudioBookCloud – all ages audio book database
RomanceBookCloud – a huge collection of steamy Romance novels for the older crowd!
Need help preparing for a test? getting ready for that job interview? figuring out your VA benefits? We have you covered with Brainfuse! Grab your library card and go to HelpNow, JobNow or VetNow today!