Ways Your Library Card Can Get You Through a Snow Day (When They've Already Closed)

No time to pick up library books? No worries. We may be closed all weekend, but www.aacpl.net is open even when the library is not.
  1. So many eBooks
    Thousand of eBooks to choose from with @OverDrive and 3M Cloud Library. Just visit www.aacpl.net/eBooks and download the right to your computer it device.
  2. eAudiobooks, too!
    An endless selection of eAudiobooks with @OverDrive and OneClickDigital. They'll make the time spent shoveling snow fly by much faster.
  3. Digital Magazines
    With Zinio, you can download complete digital issues of your favorite magazines to your device, and you *never have to return them.* from HGTV Magazine to Billboard, you'll never look at magazines the same way again.
  4. Entertain the Kids
    The Overdrive eReading Room for Kids means that children can browse through just the eBooks meant for them. Tumblebooks has interactive picture and chapter eBooks with games to reinforce what kids have learned. Zinio has magazines for kids too, from Click to Cricket to American Girl, children will love all the magazines available at their fingertips. Find all this and more at www.aacpl.net/kids
  5. Learn Something New!
    Take a class with Transparent Language or Lynda.com! The library offers thousands of fun, engaging online classes that you can take for absolutely free with your library card.
  6. Do Some Family Research
    At www.aacpl.net/genealogy you'll find census records through Heritage Quest and newspaper archives of the New York Times, Baltimore Sun and Capital Gazette. A treasure trove of information about the past is right at your fingertips.
  7. Have questions about the storm (or anything else)? Chat with a reference librarian 24/7 (even while we're closed for the storm!) with Maryland AskUsNow.
  8. Tell us what you're reading on social media! Find @aacpl on Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Snapchat and here on @list. Let us know what you're reading with the hashtag #snowdayreads