Tag: Library apps

  • Celebrate MoComCon 2021 with Graphic Novel Book Talks

    Celebrate MoComCon 2021 with Graphic Novel Book Talks

    MoComCONline, Montgomery County Public Libraries’ first all-virtual MoComCon, happens this Saturday, January 16. To celebrate, our librarians present a series of Book Talks, discussing the graphic novels they love. Enjoy talks from Librarians Beth Chandler, Camille Robinson and David Zelonka. Some of these graphic novels are “old school,” and others are newer releases. Watch each […]

  • Read 2020 Award-Winners on Hoopla!

    Read 2020 Award-Winners on Hoopla!

    Looking for something new to read? Check out some “best of” and award-winning titles on Hoopla–available with NO holds, NO waits, with your MCPL card! Learn more at mcpl.link/hoopla. Shuggie Bain by Douglas Stuart: 2020 Booker Prize Winner. Writers & Lovers by Lily King: Washington Post’s Best Books of 2020 Black Sunday by Tola Rotimi Abraham: […]

  • Family Fun Thanksgiving Books for Kids

    Family Fun Thanksgiving Books for Kids

    Thanksgiving is the ultimate family holiday, and there’s no better time to share Thanksgiving books together with our closest people! This list of picture books and juvenile fiction titles with a family and fun theme are perfect for sharing with kids, siblings, caregivers–in person or over Zoom! And best of all, they’re all available at […]

  • Reading Resources for 3rd-5th Grades

    Reading Resources for 3rd-5th Grades

    In search of help ? Check out these MCPL e-resources! These are authoritative resources- the library pays for them, so they’re free to you with your library card. Don’t have a library card? Get one here. BookFlix A site that pairs themed storybookvideos & Scholastic News articles (non-fiction text) together. Hoopla A digital platformthat provides access […]

  • Audiobooks to Transfer to Overdrive Platform Oct. 26

    Audiobooks to Transfer to Overdrive Platform Oct. 26

    Our library will transfer all audiobooks from RBdigital to the OverDrive platform on Monday, October 26, 2020. We encourage you to visit our digital library and download the free Libby app to become familiar with how it works and browse our digital catalog. If you’d like to learn more about Libby you can view on-demand how-to videos, and visit the Help site or Libby […]