Check out some of the most popular library resources below!
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This is a source of information for working on family history.
In-library use only. Library-funded.
This is a shared catalog for materials owned by most PA libraries. The POWER Library provides access to thousands of reference materials for people of all ages. State-funded.
Find popular eBooks and audiobooks. Magazines are available, too. Library-funded.
Libby has the same resources as Overdrive — it’s an app that is more user-friendly! Find adult, teen, and children’s eBooks, audiobooks, and magazines. Library-funded.
Free movies, TV shows, audiobooks, comics, and music. Enjoy on your computer or through the Hoopla app for Android or iOS devices.
Read a popular magazine on your phone or tablet! When logging in, patron ID is your library card number. Library-funded.
Presents articles on health, public safety, marketplace economics and the judicial & regulatory actions that affect consumers from 1985-present. Library-funded.
An online language-learning system teaching actual conversation skills for a wide variety of languages.
Contains information about businesses and charitable organizations throughout the country to help consumers make informed decisions.
Interactive language program for kids, including: Arabic, Chinese, English, French, German, Hebrew, Italian, Japanese, Russian, and Spanish. Library-funded.
Federal tax information, including instructions, forms, and federal tax filing details.
Offers dozens of language courses over many languages including English. App available.
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