HUNTSVILLE, Ala. — They get it. You're at home and looking for something to do, or some way to occupy kids at home. And you may be there for a while. Even if you're working from home, evenings out are off, for now.
The Huntsville-Madison County Libraries have a lot of ways to keep you occupied even while they are closed. Some of their features:
Like to read? Get E-books via their Digital Media Zone, with over 200 new titles.
Curious about your family history? You can get temporary access to Ancestry.com from home. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for a password.
More e-books are at Freading.
Get music with Freegal.
Check out a full list of electronic resources from the Alabama Public Library Service.
Want some story time? Youth librarians are telling stories on the libraries' YouTube channel.
And BRAND NEW! The library has purchased access to Hoopla for three months: Read e-books, watch television shows and movies! You must have your library card number to register.
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