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Stacey Zwald Costello, Library Director
530/458-0372



Overdrive eBooks & eAudiobooks
Our largest eBook collection includes current, popular fiction, non-fiction, and video. Available anywhere using the overdrive app and library card.

For download instructions for iPad, iPod, iPod Touch, and Kindle, click here.

Enki eBooks
With over 50,000 eBook titles in the shared collection, Enki provides library patrons with a turnkey, ready-made, librarian-curated collection of popular fiction and nonfiction genres including romance, mysteries, travel, technical, crafts, cooking and more. Of particular interest are more than 900 graphic novels! Available anywhere using your library card.
 
EBSCO Explora
Explora provides full text access to scholarly journals, magazines, reference books, and news sources, including Consumer Reports, Time Magazine and AP video.

Gale Virtual Reference Database (GVRD)
The GVRD provides access to more than 12,000 eBooks from over 100 industry-leading publishers for every discipline and a unique research experience. You can access reference materials from "how-to" to health to homework help, eBooks on GVRD using your library card. The reference materials will help with reports and homework on demand.

MAS Ultra- School Edition
MAS Ultra provides full text for:
  • more than 158,000 biographies and primary source documents, hundreds of reference books
  • an Image Collection containing photos, maps, flags, and color PDFs
  • expanded full-text journal and magazines dating back to 1975, including American History, Archaeology, Astronomy, Bioscience, Civil War Times, CollegeXpress, Nation, National Review, New Scientist, Popular Science, Smithsonian, World War II, and much more
The peer-reviewed scholarly database will help with all of your research and homework needs with a library card.


Digital Magazines
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Zinio for Libraries
Current and back issues of more than 160 popular magazines: news, business, entertainment, fashion, and more. Available anywhere with Zinio for Libraries app and your library card.

To get started
  • Log in with your Library card, then create a Zinio account to borrow magazines
  • You can borrow magazines via a web browser to read now on your PC, Mac or mobile
  • Download the Zinio app to read offline on your iPad, iPhone, Android, Kindle HD/HDX
  • Magazines in the collection are always available with no returns and no due dates

NOTE: You can only read single issues of magazines in the app. Use Zinio’s online site to browse for magazine to checkout or to download new issues.