New for spring 2020! Get free temporary access to the following:
- TumbleMath – A collection of math-related interactive picture ebooks for grades K-6.
- TeenBookCloud – A collection of ebooks specially curated for grades 7-12. For leisure, and for education.
- AudioBookCloud – Audiobooks for all ages, with no wait times.
- RomanceBookCloud – A huge collection of Romance novels for our grown-up patrons!
- And, these ABDO resources for distance learning:
Check out our digital library!
Many new titles are added each month, for all tastes and ages.
Use your C.H. Booth Library card to access these services:
America’s News, from NewsBank, compiles digital newspaper articles from a wide variety of sources, both archived and current.
Hoopla has movies, TV, music albums, audiobooks, e-books, and comics/graphic novels. No hold lists and an easy sign up. Six checkouts per patron per month with their app or website.
NEW! Kanopy offers a variety of movies, documentaries, and even Great Courses! No hold lists, and easy to sign up. Seven checkouts per patron per month.
The Newtown Bee, from NewsBank, compiles digital newspaper articles from this local gem, including archived and current issues.
OverDrive offers thousands of titles, available digitally as e-books and audiobooks to download on a wide variety of devices. Check out items through the Libby app or website or the library’s catalog.
RBDigital has both e-books and audiobooks to download on a wide variety of devices. Access the RBDigital catalog through their website, or download the app to your mobile device.
TumbleBooks is an online collection of e-books for children that features over 250 animated, talking picture books. The site also includes Spanish and French books, read-along chapter books, non-fiction books, quizzes, and exciting games and puzzles. Your library card gives you unlimited access to TumbleBooks, here in the library, from your home computer or on your mobile device.
If you prefer physical formats…
Wowbrary is a service that provides a weekly list of the newest physical items that are coming to the library’s shelves. You can also view lists from previous weeks. Click here to get lists e-mailed to you.
Check the catalog for physical items on the library’s shelves. If you have a DVD player or prefer to leaf through the pages of a book, then this is the option for you! Come visit us to borrow available items, or sign in to your account to request a hold.
Contact the Reference Department for more information 203-426-8552 or email firstname.lastname@example.org