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OneclickDigital has a new name: RBDigital! Use their website & app to borrow great ebooks and audiobooks with your library card.

Get started with Audiobooks on Overdrive

If you're looking to borrow free audiobooks, you've come to the right place. Read about how you can get started today!

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Explore Genres & Topics

Browse by genres and topics for staff picks and new arrivals in our collection of books, movies, and more!

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In Honor of Letter Writing Day

December 7th is Letter Writing Day. All of these books include letters--a dying art, but one that really makes these books come alive!

Best of 2019: Library lists that you loved

As we come to the end of 2019, we thought we'd share with you what you loved at the Library this year. First off, LISTS!
PimaLib_JenM said:

If you liked Marie Kondo's The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up, I think you'll like this one. For me, the thought of putting things in order is calming…

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Get Started with Literary Fiction

Stories that try to be bigger, commenting on something considered significant, such as social or political issues, or the human condition.
PimaLib_ChristineR said:

With the release of The Starless Sea I thought it would be a good idea to reread The Night Circus and remind myself of what, exactly, makes it so magical.…

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The Weekly Waitlist: December 1, 2019

What you can read while you wait for The Starless Sea, The Guardians, The Dutch House, All This Could Be Yours, or Tough Love.

Getting Started with World Historical Fiction

Do you want to be transported to another place? Another time? How about another place AND time? That's what World Historical Fiction does!

The Weekly Waitlist: November 24, 2019

Waiting for Lakota America, Dear Girls, The Book of Gutsy Women, The Unqualified Hostess, or House Made of Dawn? Try these while you wait!

National Book Awards 2019 Winners

The National Book Awards were established in 1936. See which titles won this year!

Getting Started with Speculative Fiction

This genre includes works in which the setting is other than the real world, involving supernatural, futuristic, or other imagined elements.

Cozy Mysteries to Listen to Anytime!

Do you like audiobooks? Do you like cozies? Check out these audiobooks, available to check out anytime from RBdigital!

The Weekly Waitlist: November 17, 2019

Are you waiting for Me, Ninth House, Child's Play, Blowout, or The Giver of Stars? Try reading these in the meantime.

Have you read this classic?

On November 14, 1851, Moby-Dick was published. It was Melville's 6th book, and is now considered a classic. Have you read it? Why not now?

Get Started with Fantasy

Not sure where to start with fantasy? This list is a great mix of authors from different sub-genres.
PimaLib_NormS said:

A member of Minnesota’s Ojibwe tribe, David Treuer, has written “The Heartbeat of Wounded Knee: Native America From 1890 to the Present”, a richly detailed,…

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Remembering Veterans Day

Veterans Day, Nov. 11, began as Armistice Day, to mark the end of World War I. Today we mark the day to honor all veterans, living and dead.

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