Resources during these trying times
Check books out from home
More Digital Options
We've put together a short Streaming Guide of some non-MFRL paid and ad-supported services.
Virginia WiFi Map
With the help of local officials, schools, and libraries across Virginia, the Commonwealth
Connect team and Virginia Tech have developed an interactive map of free, publicly
available wifi hotspots that Virginians can access from a vehicle. Updated weekly.
Virginia WiFi Hotspots Map
Resources for Adults
While Tumblebooks is best known for their Kids & Teens resources (see below), they've also made their Romance Book Cloud collection available for free.
Salem Health: Pandemics: The Invisible Enemy
Pandemics: The Invisible Enemy features important information on pandemics
throughout world history. We believe this content will help provide your students and
researchers with a deeper understanding of the health and societal impacts of pandemics
from an historical perspective.
You will need a library card to access this free content.
Resources for Kids & Teens
Need more child-interactive reading while the kids are home from school? Montgomery-Floyd Regional Library has acquired access to TumbleBooks for our patrons during the next few months. TumbleBooks are fun, kid friendly books with voice narration.
- Tumble Books This selection of ebooks is aimed at children in grades K through sixth.
- Tumble Math This selection of Math centered ebooks is for children in grades K through sixth.
- Teen Book Cloud This selection of ebooks is geared towards grades seven through twelve.
- Audio Book Cloud These audio books are suitable for all ages.
At stories.audible.com you can find hundreds of hand picked audiobooks that you can download for free, all aimed at kids 18 and under!