Lynchburg Public Library

Reading

E-books and Audiobooks


With hoopla, you can instantly borrow e-books, audiobooks, movies, and more, 24/7 with your library card. Enjoy on your computer, tablet, phone, or smart TV!



Download fiction, nonfiction and children’s books through OverDrive and the Libby App by OverDrive, and enjoy on your computer, tablet, or phone. See Getting Started With Libby for instructions on how to start using the app.


Find Hoopla, OverDrive, and Libby by OverDrive in the App Store. For more assistance, please visit the following help pages or call the Adult Services reference desk at (434) 455-6310 to set up a one-on-one tutorial.

Hoopla’s FAQ

OverDrive’s Getting Started

Libby Help Page


Comics Plus
Access thousands of digital comics, graphic novels, and manga from popular publishers like ABDO, Andrews McMeel, BOOM! Studios, Capstone, Dark Horse, Dynamite, Europe Comics, Graphic Mundi, Humanoids, IDW, Kodansha, Lerner, Manga Classics, Papercutz, Tokyopop, Valiant, Yen Press, and dozens more with no holds, wait lists, or monthly borrowing limits! Log in using your Lynchburg Public Library card number.

For the full Comics Plus Library, click here.

For the Comics Plus Children’s Library, click here.

For the Comics Plus Teen Library, click here.

 

Newspapers and Magazines


Read the current News & Advance paper, or any article from the past eight years.



America’s News provides access to 3,500+ sources across all 50 states, including 70+ titles from the state of Virginia alone–such as The Nelson Times, The Roanoke Times, Richmond Times-Dispatch, Martinsville Bulletin, Danville Register & Bee, The News-Gazette, The News Virginian, The Daily Progress and The Virginian-Pilot among others.



Magzter Library is a digital magazine library. Browse from a collection of over 5,000+ best selling magazines, such as People MagazineCar and DriverNewsweek, HGTV Magazine, and more! Provided by the Library of VA.

 



NewsBank presents Black Life in America, “The experience and impact of African Americans as recorded by the news media, 1704 to today.” This primary source collection offers an expansive window into centuries of African American history, culture and daily life—as well as the ways the dominant culture has portrayed and perceived people of African descent. Content in this database is sourced from more than 19,000 American and global news sources, including over 400 current and historical Black publications.

 

Readers’ Advisory


Get book recommendations, reviews, and read-alikes with NoveList Plus!

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