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Moffat Library of Washingtonville
6 West Main Street
Washingtonville, New York 10992
Phone: (845)496-5483
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Overdrive – Your Library in Your Pocket

Overdrive is our primary platform for connecting our cardholders to our digital content. From ebooks and audiobooks to magazines and even video, Overdrive puts the library’s collection at your fingertips – even at home. With just your library card you can download and access books from any device such as your computer, tablet, or phone. When the loan period is over Overdrive will automatically return it for you. We’re adding new material to the collection all the time, and if we don’t have what you want, feel free to send us a recommendation! Check out a book, place a hold, or just browse the collection today!

Overdrive also oversees the Libby app for an even more streamlined way to borrow ebooks and audiobooks.

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Tumblebooks – Story and Picture Books for Kids

Availability – Free through August 31, 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic

Tumblebooks is an excellent resource for parents and kids missing our physical picture books and storytimes. With a large selection ranging from classics to recent releases, read-along audio, and beautifully animated pictures, Tumblebooks can provide fun, inspiration, and reading help for kids of all ages. Just follow our link to Tumblebooks and it will automatically log you in, no library card needed. Once you’ve found a book or story you like, it will open directly in your web browser, so you don’t have to worry about downloading anything.

Tumblebooks also has special collections geared toward math, teen books, audiobooks, and even romance novels for adults! Check out those resources here.

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Internet Archive

The Internet Archive is an indispensable tool for preserving and exploring information and our cultural heritage. Widely known for its Wayback Machine project which lets you see older versions of webpages, the Internet Archive also allows people to borrow contemporary ebooks. With a free account at you can borrow hundreds of thousands of recent and popular ebooks. And with their efforts to scan and preserve books in the public domain, you can access and read millions of older works without any restriction. The Internet Archive partners with a sister project, Open Library (, to make it even easier to browse and borrow books.

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Project Gutenberg – Putting the Classics at Your Fingertips

Project Gutenberg is a volunteer run digital library with other 60,000 titles. All of the ebooks in their collection are in the public domain, so you are free to read, download, share, and remix them as you desire. Everything on Project Gutenberg will always be free without the need for an account or registration. You can read directly on your web browser or download the books in EPUB or Kindle file formats for loading into your ereader.

The vast majority of the Project Gutenberg collection predates 1924, so don’t expect to see any recent works. But there are still plenty of classics to enjoy and explore. The wealth of literature around the world and of centuries’ past is available to you!

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The Gale Virtual Reference Library – free with your library card – gives you a host of constantly updating reference works in every academic area. Written for a general audience and with specific books geared for high school students and younger audiences, ebooks in the GVRL are perfect for your specialized nonfiction needs. Subject matter collections include:
• Art
• Biography
• Business
• Education
• History
• Law
• Literature
• Medicine
• Religion
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Gale Testing and Education Reference Center – Help for Every Student, From Schools to Professional Development

The Testing and Education Reference Center – free with your library card – is a fantastic tool for getting test help. Whether you are a high school student preparing for the SATs, a college student looking to brush up on STEM skills or get resume help, or someone preparing for a Civil Service Exam, TERC can help! Make a free account to save your progress, track your strengths and weaknesses, or get personalized help. With plenty of sample and practice questions, explanatory videos, and reference help, TERC is here for all of your test prep needs.

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