San Bernardino Public Library Overdrive users can also now borrow content from Camarillo, Beaumont and Moorpark Libraries as part of a consortium of Overdrive libraries sharing content.
Residents of the city of San Bernardino can also register for a digital library card directly within the Overdrive app.
While SBPL will be temporarily closed to the public through Sunday, May 3, patrons who have library cards can utilize various free online resources and information available at our library’s website www.sbpl.org .
Among the various resources:
Overdrive – eBooks and eAudiobooks;
ReferenceUSA – Business and phone directories;
Brainfuse – Live Homework Help offering assistance for elementary, middle school and adult learners in various subjects via chat almost every day of the year;
New York Times – Up to 5 full-text articles a month can be viewed;
Footsteps2Brilliance offering information to promote early literacy;
R & B Digital Magazines & Audiobooks featuring electronic editions of popular magazines;
America’s News featuring full-text of newspaper articles including the San Bernardino Sun since 2001.
Materials can be returned to bookdrops at the libraries. Patrons can also renew materials that are already checked out to them at the library website. Fees will be not charged for materials due starting March 17 until the libraries re-open.
Sign up for a library card online to use Overdrive eBooks and eAudiobooks and other resources at: http://catalog.sbpl.org:8086/ Please allow about a day for card to activate.
Please check www.sbpl.org for updates. Patrons are encouraged to follow the library on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/sbcitylib and Twitter at https://twitter.com/sbcitylibrary. They can also follow the Friends of SBPL at https://www.facebook.com/SBPLfriends/.