Read ebooks, audiobooks, digital magazines and more in your library's Digital Collection. The Digital Collection is available 24/7. All you need to get started is your library card!
Comics Plus Children's Library
Library Pass' Comics Plus Children's Library offers over 10,000 digital comics, graphic novels, and manga to readers, ages 5-14. Titles are accessible using a smartphone, tablet, or web browser. Readers can stream content from the website or app, and download content through the app. There are no holds to manage and no checkout limits.
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Comics Plus Full Library
Library Pass' Comics Plus is a digital platform offering over 20,000 digital comics, graphic novels, and manga to readers. Titles are accessible using a smartphone, tablet, or web browser, and downloadable to multiple devices. Readers can stream content from the website or app, and download content through the app. There are no holds to manage and no checkout limits.
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Freegal Music offers access to over 16 million songs, millions of albums, hundreds of curated playlists, the ability to create your own playlists, thousands of audiobooks, and thousands of music videos. Freegal offers three downloads per week and three hours of streaming per day. A video download counts as two of your weekly selections.
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Just for Kids Collection
Just for Kids offers kid-safe, advertisement-free, educational videos for the Pre-K to elementary learner. Kids have access to videos, songs, interactive games and activities. With a focus on early literacy and early elementary students, content is available from Sesame Street, The Electric Company, Franklin, Arthur, Reading Rainbow and more.
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Kanopy is an award-winning film streaming service that offers over 30,000 of the world’s best films, including documentaries, film festival favorites, indie and classic films, and world cinema. Library cardholders have 10 credits per month with a 72 hour loan period.
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The New York Times
Enjoy unlimited access to The New York Times on internet computers in the library and 24-hour off-site access by remote code activation.
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New York Times Games
Enjoy access to New York Times Games including the daily full-size and mini crosswords, Spelling Bee, Letter Boxed, Tiles and more. Access daily through the redemption code on the library's website.
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The library’s OverDrive collection offers thousands of eBooks and audiobooks that can be downloaded to your computer, tablet, or mobile device. You can check out up to 8 ebooks or audiobooks with a 14-day loan period. Up to 10 items can be placed on hold.
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OverDrive for Kids
Our eReading room for kids offers young readers a place of their own. The collection includes picture books, youth fiction and youth nonfiction. (No adult content will appear in the search results.) Kids can browse, sample, place holds, and borrow eBooks and audiobooks appropriate for their age range and reading level.
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The library's digital magazine collection is hosted on the Library of Virginia's OverDrive website. Over 3,000 magazines are available that can be read online or downloaded to your computer, tablet, or mobile device. Magazines have a 21-day loan period, but do not count towards the ebook and audiobook checkout limit. Return magazines when you’re finished or they will automatically be returned at the end of the loan period.
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TumbleBookLibrary is a collection of quality eBooks for kids in grades K-6. It includes story books, read alongs, chapter books, non-fiction titles, books in Spanish, graphic novels, math stories, and National Geographic videos.
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Yearbook Digitization Project
Through the Library of Virginia’s Yearbook Digitization Project, you can browse yearbooks online from high schools across Virginia. The collection currently includes 1,647 yearbooks from 1912 to 1977, selected as the stopping point for copyright purposes. The York County Public Library has included Tabb and York High School yearbooks from 1958-1977.
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