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Overdrive Enjoy eBooks and audiobooks

Overdrive – enjoy eBooks and audiobooks. Be sure to login when using OVERDRIVE as you will not get to see everything available unless you login before searching.

Freading a new look at library lending

Freading has 30,000+ eBooks all available at all times with no waiting. Freading has an especially strong collection of non-fiction titles. You will need to set up an account to use it.

rb digital

rbdigital is a free software for our patrons to download e-audiobooks, eBooks, and magazines directly to their iOS, Android, Kindle Fire, or Nook devices. Resources can also be downloaded onto your computer in order to transfer them to mobile devices. You must create an account using your library card before downloading.

RB Digital Magazines

(formerly known as Zinio) is a electronic newsstand that offers digital downloads of popular magazines. Patrons can create accounts and access titles through  local library’s subscription. Magazines can be downloaded onto a computer and even read offline using mobile apps for IOS and Android devices.

EBSCO eBooks

eBook and database resources for school aged children.

eBook K-8

The eBook K-8 Collection contains more than 13,000 titles chosen to support a quality learning experience for K-8 students across all subject areas taught in elementary and middle schools, and content aligns with Common Core Curriculum Standards (for participating U.S. states). The collection also features a selection of teacher resources to support educators and administrators.

eBook High School Collection

This package contains more than 10,000 e-books that support a quality learning experience across all academic subject areas, including history, language, literature, science and technology. Content includes a selection of classic literary works, important historical documents and general reference materials. The collection also features a selection of teacher resources to support educators and administrators. Titles align with Common Core Curriculum Standards (for participating U.S. states).

eBook Cricket Media Collection

The eBook Cricket Media Collection includes more than 400 titles in e-book format and is suitable for Children grades Pre-K through 8th. Cricket is an internationally recognized education company with award winning print content for children, families and educators. Cricket is focused on engage children in a wide variety of subjects and disciplines helping them explore and expand their worlds.

eBook History Collection

This collection features more than 17,000 world history e-books to meet the content needs of students in their research. Titles encompass a variety of subjects, including medieval history, history of music, history of science, law in history, history of philosophy, art history, history of technology, history of business and economics, history of religion, military history and more.

NoveList Plus

Don’t know what to read next? Novelist helps you discover new authors, series, etc., based on what you know you like.


Residents of Virginia have access to a variety of digital resources to Virginia residents through their local public library. This is made possible with Library Service and Technology funding granted by the Institute of Museum and Library Services administered by the Library of Virginia.

  • Bowling Green Branch
    17202 Richmond Tpke
    Milford, Virginia 22514
    804-633-5455

    HOURS
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    Fri: 8:30am-6pm
    Sat: 10am-4pm

    Dawn Branch
    31046 Richmond Tpke
    Hanover, Virginia 23069
    804-632-8341

    HOURS
    Mon-Wed-Fri: 9am-6pm
    Tues and Thu: 9am-8pm
    Sat: 10am-4pm

  • Contact Us
  • Ladysmith Branch
    7199 Clara Smith Dr.
    Ruther Glen, Virginia 22546
    804-448-0357

    HOURS
    Mon-Thu: 9am-8pm
    Fri: 9am-6pm
    Sat: 10am-4pm

    Port Royal Branch
    419 King Street
    Port Royal, Virginia 22535
    804-742-5254

    HOURS
    Mon: 9am-2pm
    Tue: 9am-2pm
    Wed: 12pm-5pm
    Thu: 12pm-5pm
    Sat: 10am-1pm

This site is made possible by a grant from the U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Services. It is managed by the The Library of Virginia Library Development and Networking Division.