NewsStand is an online collection of digital magazines and newspapers and offers over 6,500 magazine and newspaper titles in over 50 languages with in-demand titles continually added. Use NewsStand on your web browser or download the app from the App Store or Google Play!
Enki from Biblioboard uses geolocation to provide immediate access to anyone physically located in the state of California. The library includes over 5,300 simultaneous use ebooks from leading publishers as well as the Indie Author Project Select collection, which features over 400 award-winning indie-published ebooks, some of which are right here in California!
The library includes over 5,300 simultaneous use ebooks from leading publishers as well as the Indie Author Project Select collection, which features over 400 award-winning indie-published ebooks, some of which are right here in California!
Hoopla is an all-encompassing media streaming service. From comic books, to movies, to music, and more, Hoopla covers a vast range of entertainment mediums to increase your library user experience. Check it out today!
Get daily unlimited access to the well known, well regarded, New York Times Newspaper online compliments of the California State Library. Simply click on the link, register with the website or log-in, and enjoy unlimited content. Come back in the future and repeat at your leisure, it's that easy!
We are now partnered with other libraries wishing to share their OverDrive resources! With a Beaumont Library card, you can check out items from our partner libraries: Camarillo Public Library, Moorpark City Library, San Bernardino Public Library, Whittier Public Library. Click on the "Partner Libraries" menu at the top of the OverDrive website and see what they have to offer!
If you don't you have a library card, you can sign up for an Instant Digital Card on the OverDrive website so you too can have access to these shared materials.
Attention OverDrive users! OverDrive is phasing out its app next year. If you use the OverDrive app, you will need to switch to the Libby app, which is already available.
Follow the instructions below to start using Libby and feel free to call us or visit us at the library for help with the transition.