Read eBooks, audiobooks, digital magazines and more in your library's eCollection. The eCollection is available 24/7. Items can be read online or downloaded to your computer or portable device. All you need to get started is your library card!
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 items with a 14-day loan period. Up to 15 items can be placed on hold. Return items when you're finished or they will automatically be returned at the end of the loan period.
Go to OverDrive Getting Started Devices
OverDrive for KidsOur OverDrive 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.
Go to OverDrive for Kids Getting Started Devices
The RBDigital collection (previously named OneClickdigital) offers a large selection of simultaneous and single-user audiobooks and eBooks for kids, teens, and adults.
Go to RBDigital Getting Started
RBDigital Magazines (formerly Zinio) offers full-color digital magazines for reading on desktops, mobile devices and apps. The collection includes both new and backlist titles with no holds, no checkout periods, and no limits. Titles are yours to keep for as long as you wish.
Go to RBDigital Magazines Getting Started
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Early World of Learning
World Book Online's Early World of Learning is a resource for preschoolers and children in early primary grades. It offers narrated stories, interactive games, songs and original videos that teach critical early childhood themes including numbers, shapes, colors, opposites and more.
Go to Early World of Learning
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.
Go to Yearbook Digitization Project