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About Our Digital Collections

Access all these resources with your library card or REAL2 student ID. Don't have a library card? Call us at 336-318-6801 to sign up.

Digital Depot -- The Digital Depot is home to our primary collection of ebooks and audiobooks. It includes more than 16,000 popular fiction and nonfiction, children's and teen titles, and over 3,800 popular magazines for your tablet/iPad, phone, e-reader or computer. Download the free Libby app for easy access.

NC KIDS Digital Library -- Find ebooks, e-audiobooks and streaming video for children in grades K-4 through this unique resource available to North Carolina's public libraries. Access is via the free Libby app.

The Tumble Book Library -- A vast array of online books and videos to help children in grades K-5 build reading in a fun way. Have a book read to you, or read along. Includes online stories, downloadable ebooks, graphic novels, nonfiction, videos, language learning, puzzles and games, and more.

Hoopla from NC LIVE -- Downloadable audio and ebooks on a variety of topics, including language learning, history, biography, classic literature, and more. Compatible with all popular e-readers. Get the Hoopla app from your app store for easy access.

Home Grown Collection from NC LIVE -- A collection of more than 3,700 ebooks from a variety of North Carolina publishers. Includes popular and scholarly nonfiction, novels by well-known NC authors, and award-winning short fiction and poetry.

EBSCO Host Ebooks from NC LIVE -- Nearly 25,000 fiction, reference, scholarly and professional ebooks to read via the Internet browser on your computer, tablet or phone.

 Ebook Central from NC LIVE -- Scholarly ebooks supporting student and faculty research, and general nonfiction on topics such as school and studying, career development, arts and leisure, and practical life skills. Read via the Internet browser on your computer, tablet or phone.

How to Access Our Digital Media

See the tutorials below for downloading apps and checking out ebooks, e-audiobooks and e-magazines. Need help with devices, such as iPads, tablets and e-readers? Visit our Digital Media Help Center.