Want to use our e-library, but don’t have a library card? If you’re a Bucks County resident, you can get an e-card and instantly access our digital resources including:
- e-books and e-magazines
- newspapers like the New York Times, The Inquirer, Bucks County Courier Times, and the Intelligencer
- e-comic books and graphic novels
- streaming music, movies, and TV shows
- online databases for educational and personal enrichment like Ancestry, LinkedIn Learning/Lynda.com, Consumer Reports Online, Morningstar Investment Research, Brainfuse, and Learning Express
These resources are available free, 24/7, to anyone with a Bucks County library card.
Our e-Card gives you access to our e-Library only. Once the library reopens, you can visit your nearest Bucks County library and apply for a traditional card, which allows you to also borrow physical library material, including books, DVDs, board games, toys, and more.