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Over 70 world languages and 20+ ESL courses!
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eBooks and Digital Media | Online Resources
Cary Library staff have compiled links of activities,
resources, and other information for all ages on ourCary@Home page.
And, be sure to check out our FAQs.
Download digital books, audiobooks, and magazines for free using the Libby App from OverDrive. Libby is available for Android, iOS, Windows 10, some Chromebooks, and in your browser.
Libby Help page is available.Libby Support Form is available.
Lexington residents now have digital access to breaking news and analysis on politics, business, world national news, entertainment, and more from The Washington Post.
Simply create a free account to The Washington Post.
This new resource is brought to you through the generosity of The Cary Library Foundation.
for free with your library card
for unlimited access to the best in British TV and film.
If you have questions
about your library account
many answers are on our
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) page.
Stream classic cinema, indie films and top documentaries
with Kanopy and your library card.
If you test prep materials, try the Testing and Education Reference Center (TERC).
Access online versions of test prep books
and practice tests from Peterson's.