Access With Your Library Card!
Did you know your Placentia library card provides you FREE access to some of the best digital resources, apps and websites available today? Check out our resources page to find your digital library card perks. Connecting is as easy as a few clicks of your mouse.
Many of our databases are available through web or mobile apps.
Entertainment and Book Resources
Download free eBooks, eAudiobooks, and eMagazines to your phone, eReader, tablet, computer, or mp3 device! Access through the website or an easy to use app. New titles and new releases added each month.
Instantly borrow free digital movies, music, eBooks, eAudiobooks, graphic novels, TV shows and more, 24/7 with your library card. No waiting, ever! Stream immediately or download to phones or tablets for offline viewing anytime, anywhere.
Palace is a free, easy-to-use e-reader app that lets you find, check out, and read or listen to eBooks and eAudiobooks from the library! To get started, download the Palace app on the App Store or Google Play, select Placentia Library District as your library, and sign in with your library card.
Stream critically-acclaimed movies, kids content, inspiring documentaries, award-winning foreign films and more ad-free on your TV, mobile phone, tablets or online with your Placentia Library Card!
Creativebug.com has thousands of award-winning art & craft video classes taught by recognized design experts and artists.
An excellent resource when searching for recommended children’s books! This resource makes it easy to find the right book to match your child’s interests and reading level. Both fiction and non-fiction titles for children are included.
Enjoy access to 15+ million songs from 200+ genres with Freegal. Streaming is unlimited and you can download up to 5 songs each week, yours to keep until you delete. Create, save, and share playlists!
Mango Languages is an online language and culture learning resource that offers access to over 70 foreign languages and 21 English courses taught completely in the user's native language. Mango can be accessed online or through apps for iPhone, Android, and Kindle. To get started, create an account or access as a guest.
Search for automotive repair and maintenance information for cars, trucks, SUVs and more.
Driving-Tests.org provides free California DMV driving tests and resources in English and Spanish for new drivers, or drivers learning to drive a motorcycle or commercial vehicle.
News, investigations, opinion, photos and video by the journalists of The New York Times from more than 150 countries around the world. Access for 72 hours with an access code; after 72 hours, please redeem another access code.
DataAxle Reference Solutions (formerly Reference USA)
Research database focusing on U.S. businesses, consumers, jobs and healthcare sources and data.
The California State Library is providing free access to a number of digital platforms for workforce support: Coursera, GetSetUp, Job & Career Accelerator (EBSCO), LearningExpress Library Complete (EBSCO), LinkedIn Learning, Northstar, and VetNow.
The #1 learning app for children ages 2–8+ is available for free with your library card! ABC Mouse offers more than 8,500 activities that teach award-winning curriculums in reading, math, science, health, social studies, art, and music. Make learning fun with books, games, songs, puzzles, videos, and more!
BookFlix is a digital literacy resource from Scholastic for students in grades pre-K-2 that pairs animated stories with eBooks to support reading comprehension, strengthen fluency, and build vocabulary.
TrueFlix is a multimedia resource from Scholastic for students in grades 3-7 offering eBooks, videos and other media with social studies and science topics.
Download printable activities and lesson plans for subjects including math, science, reading, writing and STEAM with Scholastic Teachables! These educational resources and learning games are designed for grades pre-K-8.
Statewide pilot led by State Library provides live, 24/7 online tutoring and homework help in every K-12 subject.
California's K-12 Online Resource Program
California offers — at no cost to public schools, districts, local libraries or students — access to online educational content from Britannica, ProQuest, TeachingBooks and Gale for use by every public K-12 school and student in the state.