CloudLibrary NewsStand 

NewsStand is an online collection of digital magazines and newspapers and offers over 6,500 magazine and newspaper titles in over 50 languages with in-demand titles continually added. Use NewsStand on your web browser or download the app from the App Store or Google Play! 

Click here for cloudLibrary NewsStand Download Instructions (PDF.)



Explore thousands of audiobooks, comic books, eBooks, movies, music, and TV shows using Hoopla streaming media! Check out a tile then watch it on your computer, tablet, or smartphone instantly!

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Libby, the App from OverDrive

OverDrive is the company that provides Beaumont Library with eMaterials in a variety of formats, even Kindle! These items can be accessed from our OverDrive webpage or through Libby, the OverDrive app.

To check out OverDrive materials from Beaumont Library, you will need a Beaumont Library card or an Instant Digtal Card.

Beaumont Library cards are available to all California residents, but require a visit to the library to confirm your information, and can be used for all library materials, not just eMaterials.

The Instant Digital card can only be used to check out OverDrive eMaterials.

You can sign up for a Instant Digital Card by clicking here or click here to learn more about the Instant Digital Card. 

You can sign up for a Instant Digital Card without coming into the library but you must be a district resident (i.e., live in Beaumont or Cherry Valley.) 

With your Beaumont Library Card or Instant Digital Card, you can also check out OverDrive eMaterials from our partner libraries:

- Alhambra Civic Center Library
- Beverly Hills Public Library
- Buena Park Library District
- Camarillo Public Library
- Moorpark City Library
- Redondo Beach Public Library
- San Bernardino Public Library
- Torrance Public Library
- Whittier Public Library.

Click on the "Partner Libraries" menu on the top of our OverDrive webpage, choose one of the libraries, and see what they have to offer!

Once you have a Beaumont Library Card or an Instant Digital Card, you can use Libby.

Libby is the OverDrive app designed to make borrowing and enjoying e-books, magazines, streaming services and audiobooks from the library easier than ever. It is available for Android, iOS,and Windows devices.

Click here to learn how to install the Libby App!

Benefits of Using Libby App

Read across devices

All your loans, notes, bookmarks and reading progress sync across your devices.

Offline access

Download eBooks and audiobooks for offline reading, or stream them to save space.

Listen in your car

Enjoy audiobooks in your car through Apple CarPlay, Android Auto or a Bluetooth connection.

Send to Kindle

If you prefer reading on your Kindle, Libby can send your library books to it.

Click here to learn how to use Libby & OverDrive on a Kindle Fire or Kindle Paperwhite tablet.

How to add a Beaumont Library's OverDrive Resource Sharing partner in Libby:

Click on the three lines in the Libby app to add a partner library to your Libby account to see what they have to offer!   

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New York Times Newspaper

Get three days of unlimited access to the well known, well regarded, New York Times Newspaper online compliments of the California State Library. Simply click on the link, register with the website or log-in, and enjoy unlimited content. Come back in the future and repeat at your leisure, it's that easy!

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The Palace Project

The Palace Project is a collection of more than 11,000 openly licensed titles available in high-quality epub format. The collection includes classics, contemporary fiction, nonfiction, children’s books, and textbooks, all reviewed by the DPLA Curation Corps of volunteer librarians. Add other California Library cards and access more digital materials. 

Download the app from the App Store or Google Play by searching for The Palace Project. 

This resource is supported in whole or in part by the U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Services under the provisions of the American Rescue Plan Act and the Library Services and Technology Act, administered in California by the State Librarian.