Digital Items

Most Popular Quick Links

OverDrive

Provides audiobooks, eBooks, and magazines

Flipster

Provides magazines

Hoopla

Provides audiobooks, eBooks, music & video

eLibrary

Access the entire list of eBook, audiobook, magazine, music, video, and research services.

 

Books, Comics, and Magazines

Baen Free Library

Open to all users.

Fantasy, horror, and science fiction novels to download or read online.

BookFLIX

Available through library-sponsored link.

An educational children’s website by Scholastic which pairs fiction eBooks with nonfiction videos, plus interactive games and additional resources.

Creative Commons

Open to all users.

Creative Commons is an organization which helps artists, researchers, and other creators license their media for public consumption. The majority of Creative Commons works are available for free.

CyberSmarts

Available through library-sponsored link.

Short online books for kids and adults about internet safety.

EBSCO eBooks

Available through library-sponsored link.

EBSCOhost is one of our largest media and content providers. A large variety of eBooks are available to read online or download.

Flipster

Available through library-sponsored link.

Flipster has a variety of current and back issues of magazines. Read them online or download the AndroidiOS, or Kindle apps.

Hoopla

Available through library-sponsored link.

Movies, music, audiobooks, ebooks, comics and TV shows that can be accessed online or downloaded. Access your ebooks or comics by visiting their website or downloading their Android, iOS, or Kindle apps.

Users must register with an email account.

Internet Archive

Open to all users.

A nonprofit project to archive and digitize all websites, books, music, video, and video games. Media can be streamed or downloaded.

Open Library

Open to all users.

A nonprofit project of the Internet Archive which provides digitally-scanned books or helps you locate physical copies at libraries.

An email account is required to download books but not to read them online.

OverDrive

Available through library-sponsored link.

OverDrive is our largest eBook partner with a newly launched magazine service. Get your books or magazines by visiting their main website, OverDrive Teen website, OverDrive Kids website, or downloading the Android, iOS, Kindle, or Windows apps. You can also download their new, user-friendly app Libby for Android, iOS, or Windows devices.

Log in by selecting Moon Township Public Library and entering your library card number. Then you will have the option to download your magazine or ebook or read it online. eBooks are usually in EPUB formats but are sometimes available as a Kindle book.

There are limited number of ebooks available, so you may have to place a hold on your item before you can borrow it. There are no limits on magazines.

Project Gutenberg

Open to all users.

A crowdsourced collection of public domain literature to read online or download.

TumbleBook Library

Available through library-sponsored link.

Interactive fiction and non-fiction books for children.

TrueFlix

Available through library-sponsored link.

An educational children’s website by Scholastic which pairs nonfiction eBooks with videos, interactive games, and additional resources.

Unglue.it

Open to all users.

A crowdfunded platform for free ebooks licensed by Creative Commons.

An email account is required to download Kindle books.

 

Audiobooks

Baen Free Library

Open to all users.

Fantasy, horror, and science fiction novel audiobooks to stream or download.

Hoopla

Available through library-sponsored link.

Hoopla allows you to borrow movies, music, audiobooks, ebooks, comics and TV shows that can be accessed online or downloaded for offline enjoyment. Access your audiobooks by visiting their website or downloading their Android, iOS, or Kindle apps.

Users must register with an email account.

LibriVox

Open to all users.

A nonprofit project of the Internet Archive which provides volunteer-recorded public domain audiobooks.

Recordings can be streamed or downloaded.

OverDrive

Available through library-sponsored link.

OverDrive is our largest audiobook partner. Get your books by visiting their main website, OverDrive Teen website, OverDrive Kids website, or downloading the Android, iOS, Kindle, or Windows apps.

Log in by selecting Moon Township Public Library and entering your library card number. Then you will have the option to download your audiobook or to stream it online.

There are limited number of audiobooks available, so you may have to place a hold on your item before you can borrow it.

 

Music

Creative Commons

Open to all users.

Creative Commons is an organization which helps artists, researchers, and other creators license their media for public consumption. The majority of Creative Commons works are available for free.

Hoopla

Available through library-sponsored link.

Hoopla allows you to borrow movies, music, audiobooks, ebooks, comics and TV shows that can be accessed online or downloaded for offline enjoyment. Access your music by visiting their website or downloading their Android, iOS, or Kindle apps.

Users must register with an email account.

 

Movies, TV, and Interactive Services

BookFLIX

Available through library-sponsored link.

An educational children’s website by Scholastic which pairs fiction eBooks with nonfiction videos, plus interactive games and additional resources.

Creative Commons

Open to all users.

Creative Commons is an organization which helps artists, researchers, and other creators license their media for public consumption. The majority of Creative Commons works are available for free.

Hoopla

Available through library-sponsored link.

Hoopla allows you to borrow movies, music, audiobooks, ebooks, comics and TV shows that can be accessed online or downloaded for offline enjoyment. Access your music by visiting their website or downloading their Android, iOS, or Kindle apps.

Users must register with an email account.

Internet Archive

Open to all users.

A nonprofit project to archive and digitize all websites, books, music, video, and video games. Media can be streamed or downloaded.

MedlinePlus

Open to all users.

The U.S. National Library of Medicine’s public resource for health topics. Provides articles, videos and interactive games on health, wellness, and disease.

Opposing Viewpoints in Context

Available through library-sponsored link.

A reference website which provides articles, interactive diagrams, and streaming videos.

TrueFlix

Available through library-sponsored link.

An educational children’s website by Scholastic which pairs nonfiction eBooks with videos, interactive games, and additional resources.

 

Research

These are general research databases. Our complete list of databases is available on our Research page.

 

Career Help, Continuing Education & Foreign Language

CareerLink Pittsburgh

Open to all users.

Resume help, job recruiting, and unemployment services for residents of Allegheny County.

Duolingo

Open to all users.

Interactive language-learning program for all ages. Covers 28 different languages including English as a Second Language, Esperanto, and Klingon. Usable online or as an Android, iOS, or Windows app.

Users must register with an email account.

Higher Education Resources

Open to all users.

A list of local college websites and financial aid resources by the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh.

Informe Académico

Available through library-sponsored link.

A Spanish-language research database covering the most popular disciplines in Latin America.

Little Pim

Available through library-sponsored link.

Interactive online language learning program for children. Languages include: Arabic, Chinese, English, French, German, Hebrew, Italian, Japanese, Russian, and Spanish.

Log in as a guest or by creating an account using your email address. You must have an account to save your progress.

Mango Languages

Available through library-sponsored link.

Interactive online language learning for all ages. Languages include Spanish, French, German, Mandarin Chinese, Korean and English as a Second Language.

Log in as a guest or by creating an account using your email address. You must have an account to save your progress.

NEED

Open to all users.

A scholarship and mentoring organization that provides aid and guidance for Pittsburgh’s under-served  and minority youth.

Pennsylvania Career Guide

Open to all users.

A publication for Pennsylvania residents figuring out possible career paths.

Pennsylvania CareerLink

Open to all users.

Pennsylvania’s go-to website for career development.

Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency (PHEAA)

Open to all users.

Pennsylvania’s guide to scholarships and colleges for students of all ages.

Peterson’s

Open to all users.

A college database and guide to tests, scholarships, resumes, and the college admission process.

Pittsburgh Foundation: Scholarship Search

Open to all users.

Find scholarships for students of all ages in the Pittsburgh area.

Princeton Review

Open to all users.

Admissions help, test prep, colleges searches, and tutoring.

Tuition Funding Sources

Available through library-sponsored link.

Students can search for scholarships and financial aid, take personality and career aptitude tests, and find detailed college information.

Create an account using your email address and contact information. For the drop-down menu “How did you find out about the TFS website?” select Library and set Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh as your school.

Learn more about the library’s digital collection and resources at Allegheny County Library Association’s eResources website.