Libby (eBooks, eAudiobooks & eMagazines)
WTPL offers eBooks, eAudiobooks and eMagazines that can be downloaded for free to your computer or mobile device through Libby.
- Read on multiple devices – Libby syncs your books (and where you left off reading) to all of your devices.
- Browse shelves by genre or search for specific titles.
- Take notes and create bookmarks.
Get started with the Libby app
- Download the app to your device.
- Select your library.
- Enter your library card number & PIN.
- Browse/Search, checkout, & download to get reading!
PressReader (eMagazines and eNewspapers)
WTPL offers magazines and newspapers that can be downloaded for free to your computer or mobile device. Browse from our library’s collection of popular titles with no holds, no checkout periods, and no limit to the number of magazines to download. Library userse can access PressReader via a web browser or a mobile app.
Create an PressReader account:
- Register to create an account here.
- Click Sign in on the top of the page.
- Click Library or Group on the left-hand side of the pop-up.
- Search or select Library – Washington Township Public Library.
- Enter your library card number and PIN and click Sign in.
Tumblebooks for Kids
The library subscribes to Hoopla, a digital streaming service for eBooks, eAudiobooks, Music, Movies and TV shows.
Go to hoopladigital.com to get started. You can also download the Hoopla Digital app.
- Register for a free Hoopla Digital account.
- Enter your information.
- Choose The Washington Township Public Library.
- Enter your WTPL card number and PIN.
- Start using Hoopla.
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