We have wonderful electronic resources for you, including full-service access to:
Libby is a library reading app you can use on multiple devices.
- Download the free Libby app on your phone or tablet (For Kindle Fire instructions click here.), or go to libbyapp.com on your computer.
- Search for “Bonneville County Library District” or “Bonneville” or zip code “83406”
- Click on the library you want to add, for example: “Idaho Digital Consortium”
- Click on Partner Libraries and select “Bonneville County Library District”
- Enter your library card number
- Enter your password (last 4 digits of your library card)
By following the above steps you can add all of the following libraries to your Libby account:
Try out our new electronic resources with Scholastic! Click the link for login info. You can read children’s books, watch curated educational videos, and access themed lesson plans and integrated learning experiences. Perfect for family enrichment, home school curriculum, and even career exploration for your teens.
This set of databases and other electronic resources that are free to all Idaho residents. It is provided by the Idaho Commission for Libraries and can be accessed by anyone in the state of Idaho.
This is a free online library of classic and public domain books. It doesn’t require your library card, and you can download the ebook in many different formats, or read it right on the website.
This collection of free audiobooks is recorded and produced by volunteers. It contains public domain books, including many classics. It doesn’t require your library card. You can either download the mp3s to your device, or they also have an app available.
Archive.org has declared themselves the free online library. You can register with them to get access to their full collection, however a large portion of it can be accessed or downloaded without an account. They have a large collection of ebooks, audiobooks, television episodes, and movies.
This website hosts dozens of free abridged public domain books dubbed “Squashed Editions.” They have been rewritten and condensed so that they can be read in an afternoon.