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For most of these services, you will need your library card number and PIN.  If you need a card or are having issues with your account click here for more information.

Digital Content

eBooks & eAudiobooks
(Chatham cardholders only)

Get help for OverDrive/Libby

eBooks & eAudiobooks.

Get help for cloudLibrary

Axis 360:
eBooks & eAudiobooks

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Digital Magazines & Newspapers

View a video how-to for PressReader

eBooks, eAudiobooks,
comics, graphic novels,
streaming music,
movies, and TV

Streaming films
(Chatham cardholders only)

Kanopy Kids:
Films and shows kids love,
including PBS Kids
and Sesame Street!
Click here for Kanopy Kids FAQs

eBooks, eAudiobooks,
eReadalongs, graphic novels,
National Geographic videos,
interactive games, and more
specifically for children.

Click here for more
digital content for kids.

Creativebug has thousands of award-winning art & craft video classes taught by recognized design experts and artists to help you nurture your creative side. By signing up for Creativebug you will enjoy unlimited access to classes in painting, knitting, crafting, sewing, and more. Watch anytime, anywhere and since classes never expire, you can start and stop projects at your own pace. No pressure, just possibilities!

Click here to create an account

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Other Resources Links to various outside sources of free entertainment

Lichess – Lichess is one of the most popular chess websites in the world while remaining 100% free.  Users play more than a million games every day.

Wellness Wednesdays with FCHS (Rutgers) – Wellness Wednesday webinars with Family & Community Health Sciences will focus on a variety of topics related to food, nutrition, and healthy lifestyles. This series will walk you through the easy steps that you can take to add positive health behaviors into your day. From reducing the amount of food waste you produce in your home to understanding how to read the new nutrition facts label, now is the time to make some of those small changes that will improve your health in a large way. All sessions are free, but you must register.

The Metropolitan Opera – The Met will reopen on September 27. Their Nightly Met Opera Streams are still available at this time. Each day, a different encore presentation from the company’s Live in HD series is being made available for free streaming on the Met website, with each performance available for a period of 23 hours, from 7:30 pm EDT until 6:30 pm the following day. The schedule will include outstanding complete performances from the past 14 years of cinema transmissions, starring all of opera’s greatest singers.

Museum of the City of New York – The Museum is open. There are many ways you can stay engaged with us during this time. Find us on social media at @MuseumofCityNY, catch up on videos from our latest Programs or our #MuseumFromHome series, explore the Museum’s online exhibitions and extensive Collection and read about New York history on our blog, Stories.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art – The Museum is open.

New York Botanical Garden – The Garden is now open, but you can stay connected virtually with NYBG at Home, our content hub featuring videos, online exhibits, plant guides, virtual events, recipes for kids, and more.


The National World War II Museum – The museum, located in New Orleans, Louisiana, is open. To see virtual events including online webinars and lectures click here.

Dubai Miracle Garden – The Dubai Miracle Garden is a flower garden located in the district of Dubailand, Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The garden was launched on Valentine’s Day in 2013. The garden occupies over 72,000 square metres, making it the world’s largest natural flower garden featuring over 50 million flowers and 250 million plants.


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