OverDrive Ebooks & Audiobooks
Read ebooks and digital magazines and listen to eaudiobooks on your mobile device, tablet, or computer with your Caroline County library card. We offer a great OverDrive collection for you to explore and find your next great read, Southern Virginia Libraries United Electronically. Get the Libby app for iOS and Android devices.
Access Video: Just for Kids
Enjoy TV shows like Arthur, Sesame Street, Odd Squad, SciGirls, and much more, including: read-along storybooks and learning videos to explore topics like reading, writing, math, arts and science.
Magzter offers you unlimited digital magazine access with your Caroline County library card. If you prefer to take these magazines on the go, download the Magzter Library App for iOS and Android devices.
Can’t decide what to read next? Need a recommendation for a child, student, or family member? Use NoveList to discover your next favorite author, series, or title!
NoveList Plus K-8
Looking for your next great read for your child? Use NoveList K-8 to discover your new authors, series, or titles!
That All May Read
The Library of Congress provides free reading materials to anyone who qualifies so That All May Read. The Central Rappahannock Regional Library houses the Subregional Library for the Blind and Print Disabled. Through the Subregional Library, individuals in the following jurisdictions – City of Fredericksburg and Stafford, Spotsylvania, King George, Prince William, Orange, Caroline, Fauquier, Westmoreland and Culpeper counties – have access to the Talking Book program, which supplies free talking books and free players to qualified individuals. There are over 100,000 titles available through the Talking Books program.
Dial a Story
Call 833-690-0646 (toll free) to hear a story read in both English and Spanish. Each Wednesday, a new story will be available to listeners around the state.