Your Digital Library is always available

You can easily access the library from your mobile device while you’re watching baseball practice or from your laptop while sitting on your comfy sofa. There are tons of resources and information on our digital branch.

Grab your Kindle and find the latest bestsellers or classics as ebooks through OverDrive and Hoopla. Try out BookFlix for kids.

Before your next road trip (or during if you’re not the driver) download an audiobook. OverDrive and Hoopla both have audiobooks for you to check out. If you’re traveling with the family, check out the book list Best audiobooks for summer family road trips in our catalog to find options without adult situations so you can all enjoy the ride.

Feeling like the baseball game will never end? Download a magazine to read on your mobile device. You can download more than 150 magazines through the library’s Flipster service.

You can even learn a new skill while you’re sitting by the lake. Use your library to access Lynda.com, which provides more than 6,200 online courses covering a variety of business, technology and creative skills. To get geekier visit Treehouse, which provides courses in website development, coding languages and building mobile apps.

Mango Languages will help you learn a new language.

Miss Humblebee’s Academy offers a full online curriculum for preschool through kindergarten to help keep your kids learning.

The digital library lets you access all these entertainment and learning resources and more 24/7 everyday. Visit our digital branch to explore what you can access from anywhere with your library card.

Ginger Park

Ginger Park is the library’s communications editor. She helps spread the word about all the amazing library resources, services and staff. Ginger has a bachelor's and master’s in communication from Washburn and K-State. She is a Big Sister with Big Brothers Big Sisters and a volunteer at Helping Hands Humane Society. She loves reading fiction and always has a stack of books waiting to be read. Ginger lives in Topeka with her husband and two dogs.