New eBooks from Bibliotecha (3M)

summer beforeTake a look at our newest additions, including our 2016 Town Book — When Books Went to War, Alexander Hamilton, The Summer Before the War, The Boys in the Boat, and The Life-changing Magic of Tidying Up.

Zika Virus Resources

If you or your family member are concerned about the recent outbreak of Zika Virus,
here are some resouces if you would like to do further research:

  • Medline Plus has created a health topic page (in English and Spanish) about the Zika Virus.
  • The Specialized Information Services group of the National Library of Medicine has also put together a resource page (in English and Spanish) about the Zika Virus.

New eBooks on 3M

These are some of the newest titles we’ve added to the 3M ebook collection. Click on the cover to download a book.

To see other ebooks, visit the library’s full ebook collection:

Be sure to have your library card ready so you can sign in easily.

Learn a new language. For free. Anywhere.


Want to learn a new language? The Collingswood Public Library now offers the Mango Languages language-learning system to all cardholders.

Each lesson combines real life situations and audio from native speakers with simple, clear instructions. The courses focus on four key elements of language learning: vocabulary, pronunciation, grammar, and culture.

Mango offers access to 63 foreign language courses and 18 English courses taught completely in the user’s native language. In addition to traditional language courses, Mango also offers the opportunity to learn through foreign film, so you can learn a language while watching great movies.

In addition, Mango offers 26 specialty mini courses, including fun courses like Pirate, Oktoberfest German, and St. Patrick’s Day Irish, along with important focused courses, including Medical Spanish and Legal Spanish.

Mango can be accessed anywhere with an Internet connection—so you can learn a language at the library if you’d like, or you can study in your home or on-the-go with apps for iPhone, Android, Kindle, and Nook. For help with Mango, stop by the library and ask a librarian for an introduction.

Go to the Library and Check Out a Museum!

Your Collingswood Public Library card now offers experiences for you and your family outside of the library—and even outside of Collingswood itself. Your library now offers at least one family pass for each of the following:

  • Academy of Natural Sciences
  • Garden State Discovery Museum
  • Grounds for Sculpture
  • Morris Arboretum
  • Penn Museum
  • Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts

Adult cardholders in good standing may check out one pass at a time, and each pass may be checked out for up to four days. For more information, or to find out which passes are available today, call the Library at (856) 858-0649.

Download Audiobooks and Ebooks Through Overdrive and 3M, and Childrens’ Books Through TumbleBooks

Download audiobooks and ebooks through Overdrive or ebooks through 3M. Be sure to have your library card ready.

  1. You can borrow items for 7 or 14 days. They’ll be automatically returned, so there are never any fees.
  2. One of our partners, the Camden County Library System, has put together a great guide to using Overdrive. There are instructions for each of the types of devices you can use to borrow ebooks or audiobooks through the Collingswood Public Library.
  3. Overdrive has put together guides to its Media Console and to Adobe Digital Editions.

Download test prep books and travel guides through Gale.

Download children’s books through TumbleBookLibrary. This collection includes animated, talking picture books, as well as puzzles and games, each of which may be viewed online or downloaded for 90 days. The book collection includes fiction, non-fiction, and foreign language titles, as well as Read-Alongs (chapter books with sentence highlighting and narration but no animation) and audiobooks.