Reading

Get access and search through the catalogs of libraries throughout Cochise County. Click here to access the catalog.
Need a little extra time with the materials you check out at the Library? Click here to renew your materials.
Zinio gives you unlimited access to over 180 complete digital magazines, which can be easily viewed on any internet-enabled device such as smart phones, tablets, PCs or MACs.

InfoTrac Newsstand is a web-based, full-tex newspaper database that lets you search by article title, headline, date, newspaper section, and more.

Discover thousands of titles that you can download to your computer, Kindle, or Android device, or even transfer them to other eReaders like Nook, Sony Reader and more!

OverDrive gives you access to a wide variety of eBooks to enjoy on your web browser, Kindle, Android device or eReader.

OneClickDigital eBooks lets you download and enjoy your favorite titles!

The Library has several book discussion groups with various themes throughout the year. The Library also provides Book Discussion to Go kits that help individuals start their own group. Click here to learn more.
Looking for a new book or novel to read? Search from more than five million books based on how new they are, their ratings, authors, or titles. Register to create a virtual bookshelf with your favorite titles, current reads, and future possibilities. You can also share your opinions or participate in discussion groups with other readers and authors. Get started.
This database provides access to 155,000 fiction titles and offers a wide range of features including author read-alikes, book discussion guides, and more. Get started.
Bring your child (age birth to three years) for a fun introduction to learning through rhyme, song, finger plays, bounding games, and stories during Baby and Toddler Time. Sessions last 15-20 minutes and are held every Tuesday at 10:20 a.m. No registration is required.

Enjoy a happy, relaxing learning experience with your child during Preschool Preschool Storytime every Tuesday at 11:00 a.m. Preschool Storytime starts at 11:00 a.m. and lasts about 30 minutes. No registration is required.

Need a story time fix? Check out our Storytime videos.

Check out audiobooks by downloading an MP3 file to your computer or tablet. You can even download the app to take your audiobooks with you! Get started.

Also discover OneClickDigital eAudio books, where you can download and listen to your favorite authors and titles on your Android or Apple devices. Also check out OverDrive for audio books.