hoopla gives you access to eBooks, audiobooks, music, TV shows, movies, and comics from publishers like DC and Marvel without any wait time. Check out up to seven titles each month and enjoy them instantly. Patrons using the mobile app can also download items for offline playback later. Apps available for Android and Apple and Kindle Fire devices.
Our largest provider of digital titles, Overdrive offers thousands of eBooks, audiobooks, and streaming videos available for your computer, tablet, or mobile device. Patrons can check out up to 10 titles and place 5 holds at a time. Once checked out, items can be enjoyed for up to two weeks. After you’re finished, items can be returned early, or you can let them automatically return themselves. Apps available for Android and Apple devices.
eBooks for children featuring animated picture books, read-along chapter books, graphic novels and non-fiction. All titles are available to stream on-demand with an active internet connection. Unlimited access with no waitlists or due dates! A great way to increase the quality of your child’s screen time. Apps available for Android and Apple devices.
Animated stories to teach children math concepts; including Counting, Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Word Problems, Geometry, Fractions, Place Value, Measurement, Probability, Division, and Graphing.
New York Times Digital Edition offers access on your computer or mobile device to New York Times articles dating back to the 19th century. You can read current news from the Times through a web browser or by using a mobile app. This service includes access to all features with the exception of the cooking and crossword sections. Apps available for Android and Apple devices.
This archive of the Tampa Bay Times allows you to search for every article posted in the paper from 1987 to present. Also available are blogs published by the Tampa Bay Times since 2005 and full-text articles complete with images back to 2018. Enjoy a full digital re-creation of the most recent paper even when the print copy is unavailable just by using your library card.