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Sure, you know you can check out books at the Riverside County Library System… but did you know you can download FREE music with your library card?
We’ve uncovered all the secret perks that you can get with a Riverside County Library System card and we’ve got all the details below!
Here are a few reasons why I love the Riverside County Library System:
- Free music downloads
- Free e-books and audio books
- Free Mango Languages subscription
Stream free movies, audio books, e-books and more!
- Download FREE legal music from Freegal! You can keep your downloads forever and there are no DRM restrictions.
- Access free e-Books and audio books from enki eBooks, One Click Digital and Overdrive. You can also get free braille books from the Braille Institute!
- Access digital newspapers with Zinio. You’ll find popular titles like Popular Science, Cosmopolitan, Martha Stewart, Every Day with Rachel Ray, National Geographic and so much more!
- Get FREE exclusive subscription databases like Chilton Auto Repair Library, Reference USA and Scholastic Go.
Learn new skills with online and offline library resources!
Improve your literacy skills with Riverside County Library System Adult Literacy Program. Volunteer reading tutors are available during certain hours to help adults learn to read, write and improve their overall literacy. A Families for Literacy program is also available for families.
Get help at the Riverside County Library System!
Earn an accredited high school diploma through the San Diego Public Library’s Career Online High School. You must be a San Diego resident and at least 19 years old to apply.
Veterans can get assistance with transitioning to civilian life, applying for benefits, finding jobs, managing PTSD and more from the library system’s new Veteran Resource Center.