While Cobb libraries are closed, digital resources are available 24/7.(Courtesy of Cobb County)

Closed Cobb County libraries offer 24/7 digital access

While the Cobb County Public Library System (CCPLS) is closed indefinitely due to coronavirus, the system’s digital resources are available 24/7.

For all ages, these resources include access to eBooks, eAudiobooks, digital magazines and streaming videos.

In recognition of the 2020 Census, children still can keep track of the books they read in March for the Be a Star program.

When the system reopens, they can let the librarians know the titles they read in March.

Important reminders for everyone are:

  • Do not return any items until the libraries reopen.
  • Loan periods will be extended; fines will not accrue while the libraries are closed.
  • Book drops will not be available while the libraries are closed.

Information: cobbcat.org/downloads, cobbcat.org/limited-service-faq, facebook.com/CobbCountyLibrary, cobbcat.org/covid-19, coronavirus.gov

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