From the link on the MORE library catalog website, clip on Flipster. Enter your library card number and start reading current magazines online.
The Wisconsin Digital Library also has ePub ebooks that are in the public domain and are always available.
Open EPUB and Open PDF eBooks can be borrowed and downloaded to a computer or mobile device.
These eBooks are for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and
with almost no restrictions whatsoever. You may copy them, give them away or re-use them under the terms of the Project Gutenberg License included with these eBooks or online at www.gutenberg.org.
Internet Archive is a non-profit library of millions of free books, movies, software, music, websites, and more.
Freading always has content available and works on a weekly limit of six books per week.
Unused book loans roll over each week for a four week period, a week being defined as a Monday to Sunday period of seven days, beginning at 12:01AM Monday, New York time, and going to midnight on Sunday. At the end of the fourth week from the time you first logged in, unused loans are cleaned out of your account, except for your original weekly allotment. The rolling over process then starts all over again, as a new four week cycle has begun. You will need to enter your library card number and name. You will also need a Adobe ID and either the Freading app on your device or Adobe Digital Additions on your computer.
Click here for Freading help.
The Wisconsin Digital Library has thousands of ebooks, audiobook, videos and magazines.
The River Falls Public Library and all other MORE libraries are part of the IFLS Library System. When checking out digital materials, select IFLS.
You will also need to enter your library card number.
You can use the resources online or download and install software or an app to use these digital resources.
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The library has digital downloads for you