During the national pandemic situation, the Sonoma County Library and many leading digital content providers, are working to offer you more choices for how you stay safe and healthy at home.
For more resources, visit our eResources page.
In addition to thousands of films, TV shows, eBooks, databases, magazines, classes and more, new and/or expanded services include:
Usually only available within library branches, this incredible resource is now available for at-home use. Ancestry gives you access to records from the U.S. Census, military records, court, land and probate records, vital statistics, church records, and more. Trace your family tree from your home computer!
JSTOR is a selective digital library of academic content. The collections include peer-reviewed scholarly journals, respected literary journals, academic monographs, research reports from trusted institutes, and primary sources.
Audible's streaming audiobook services is offering free access while schools are closed, and your library is an easy way to get access. Treat your kids to great stories in six different languages.
172,000+ videos, audio recordings, activities and lessons about children’s and young adult books. Perfect for educators, adults, children and teens.
Resources available from the California State Library to all students and educators in the state including materials to help with classwork, homework and research papers.
A comprehensive collection of reliable news sources covering a wide array of topics and issues.
Over 5,300 eBooks from leading publishers as well as indie authors. No holds, no wait and no library card required. Available to anyone physically located in the state of California.