Using Library Apps and Resources from Home

Using Library Apps and Resources from Home

Stuck at home? Need something to do? Try these library apps and digital resources at home! From eBooks, audiobooks, streaming movies and TV shows, to documentaries, digital magazines, and more!

Use the library from home with your computer, laptop, smartphone, tablet, or Chromebook. Just grab your library card and device, then settle in with these resources.

Try these library apps and digital resources from home

  • Learn over 70 different languages with the Mango app, from Spanish to Pirate.
  • Freegal is a free and legal way to access over 8 million songs.
  • Use Kanopy to watch thousands of streaming classic and indie films, documentaries and PBS classics.
  • Tumblebooks is collection of animated, talking picture books for elementary kids.
  • Read current issues of popular magazines on Rbdigital.
  • Freading is a collection of over 50,000 downloadable ebooks that are always available.

Learn more about these apps, like how to download and use them, on our Library Apps page.

Resources for students 

Check out Scholastic Go! and Scholastic Teachables for elementary and middle school children. It is designed to provide lots of learning resources for children. It has multi-media content, as well as lessons and activities for different grades and subjects.

Don’t forget about craft time! Use Creativebug to teach yourself drawing, sewing or even jewelry making. There are videos, workshops, and patterns for all kinds of projects.

Teens can study for the SAT, GED, and more with online practice tests at the Testing and Education Reference Center. Get ahead of that summer job hunt and look at Jobs for Teens HQ.


We are reopening on Monday, May 18 with reduced hours and limited access to the building. Read details here. You can continue to access our digital collections here. As always, if you have questions, send us an email!