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Enjoy free eBooks, audiobooks, movies, music, magazines, and more great digital content, with no late fees!
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For most of these resources, access requires residence in Fresno County (not including Coalinga-Huron). For cloudLibrary, access requires residence anywhere within the San Joaquin Valley. To explore a complete list of our digital resources (including resources for online learning and research), click here.


eBooks & Audiobooks


Online Book Club

Online Book Club

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Current read for January 6th - March 10th
The Book Woman of Troublesome Creek by Kim Michele Richardson

Join our community to discuss books and connect with other readers. Participate in a lively online discussion, via message boards, with prompts and professional moderation. Read at your own pace, then take part whenever you'd like.

Fresno County Public Library cardholders will have access to an eBook through Freading. If you'd like to listen to the current selection, borrow the audiobook in Libby. The titles will also be available in print through our catalog.


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Libby, by OverDrive

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Read eBooks and audiobooks on your phone or tablet or send books to your Kindle. It's easy to get started and a streamlined experience for current OverDrive app users.

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OverDrive

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You can download the classic OverDrive app or browse our OverDrive collection of eBooks, audiobooks, and videos on your computer. The classic OverDrive app is recommended if using an older device or a Kindle Fire, or if you'd like to view OverDrive's selection of streaming videos.

sora

Sora

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With Sora, students with participating Fresno County K-12 schools can borrow age-appropriate eBooks and audiobooks from our Libby/OverDrive collection-no library card required! See currently participating districts and learn how to get started by clicking here.

BookFlix

BookFlix

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Watch animated storybooks in your web browser, in English or Spanish. For preschool to third grade. BookFlix is not compatible with Internet Explorer.

cloudLibrary

cloudLibrary

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Explore a selection of eBooks and audiobooks with cloudLibrary. Read or listen in a web browser or use the cloudLibrary app on a mobile device. Transfer eBooks to most eReaders (except Kindle) with a computer.


Movies & Music


Kanopy

Kanopy

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Stream more than 30,000 of the world's best films on your mobile device, computer, or TV. Access requires an email address and the creation of a free Kanopy account.

Freegal

Freegal

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Stream or download music for free, on a computer or with the Freegal mobile app. Downloaded music is yours to keep!


Magazines & News


ConsumerReports.org

ConsumerReports.org

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The fully interactive website companion to the Consumer Reports magazine. The site, accessible with a library card, includes articles, product reviews, and buying guides.

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Libby, by OverDrive

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Borrow magazines and more!

The Fresno Bee

The Fresno Bee

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Read The Fresno Bee in your web browser. Full text coverage is available online from March 1986 to the present, and full scans with images are available from mid-2018 to the present.

For a complete list of newspapers, visit the A-Z Source List page.

The New York Times

The New York Times

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Your library card gives you free and unlimited access to the digital edition of The New York Times. Read in a web browser or with the NYT app.

Chronicle

San Francisco Chronicle

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Read The San Francisco Chronicle in your web browser. Full text coverage is available online from 1985 to the present, and full scans with images are available from March 2017 to the present.

For a complete list of newspapers, visit the A-Z Source List page.