Read & Listen

Read eBooks, magazines, and newspapers, and listen to audiobooks, online for free with our digital collections! Log in using your library card's barcode and your PIN (last four digits of your phone number).

If you do not have a library card and would like to access our digital collections, fill out the form below to get your eCard.

Note: You must be a resident of Muskoka to be eligible for an eCard.

Sign up for an eCard

OverDrive & Libby (Ontario Library Download Centre)

Access the Ontario Library Download Centre

Enjoy eBooks, audiobooks and videos using your computer, phone, tablet or eReader. Find best-selling authors, new release titles, classics and more. You can check out up to ten titles at one time and place up to ten holds. Never worry about late fees again, as eBooks and audiobooks are returned automatically at the end of the borrowing period.

Device help with OverDrive

Need help getting eBooks or audiobooks to your device? Here are help guides for some of the more popular devices:

Need more help? Visit the OverDrive Help Portal for a full list of topics.

Download Libby and OverDrive apps

Consumer Reports

Access Consumer Reports

Consumer Reports has unbiased ratings and reviews, recommendations and buying advice for thousands of products and services such as cars, electronics, appliances, and more. Frequently updated articles, blogs and videos allow you to find the latest consumer news.

EBSCO eBooks

Access EBSCO eBooks

With EBSCO eBooks, you’ll find reference materials and a broad range of non-fiction topics, including business, computer and information technology, literature, medicine and general science, as well as fiction titles.

Flipster

Access Flipster

Access digital magazines, including many popular Canadian titles, on your computer or mobile device. Flipster provides access to current issues of popular magazines for FREE with your library card. There are unlimited checkouts, no fines, and no holds. Digital copies are released at the same time as the print editions and back issues are available!

Download Flipster apps

Huntsville Forester Online

Access Huntsville Forester Online

Explore the Huntsville Forester newspaper from 1895 to the present.
Learn more about the local area, people, events, and local merchants and businesses. Find photographs, classified ads, birth notices and obituaries.

Hosted by the Canadian Community Digital Archives.

NYTimes.com

NYTimes.com 72 Hour Access Code

 NYTimes.com provides access to the latest news articles from the New York Times newspaper.

To access NYTimes.com outside of the library, click the above link to log in to your library account and then click "New York Times" to receive a 72 hour access code. After the 72 hours expire, you can click the link to receive another access code.

You will need a NYTimes.com account to access this resource.

Download The New York Times app
Getting Started with NYTimes.com

If you do not have a NYTimes.com account you will need to create an account in order to gain access.

If you don't have an account:

  1. Click the link above to get your access code. 
  2. Click on Redeem Code.
  3. Click on Create Account
  4. Enter a valid email address, create a password, then select Other/Non-Academic under type of user.
  5. You will be issued a pass that will allow you 72 hours of complimentary access. 

If you have an account and need another code:

  1. Click on the link above to get your access code
  2. Click on Redeem Code.
  3. Click Log In at the bottom.
  4. Enter your email address and password, then select Other/Non-Academic under type of user.
  5. You will be issued a pass that will allow you 72 hours of complimentary access.

PressReader

Access PressReader

PressReader provides online access to newspapers and magazines from over 100 countries in over 60 languages. You can share, print, save, and comment on articles. PressReader works best in a web browser on your computer or mobile device.

Download PressReader apps

Toronto Star: ProQuest Historical Newspapers

Access Toronto Star: ProQuest Historical Newspapers

Toronto Star: ProQuest Historical Newspapers is a fully digitized and searchable database of every issue of the Toronto Star from 1894 to 2016. Every page is included, from the headlines to the classifieds. It is an excellent resource for genealogists and history projects.

TumbleBook Library

Access TumbleBook Library

Listen and read-along to animated storybooks for children, their parents, and teachers. TumbleBook Library includes games, quizzes and other activities to help develop reading skills. TumbleBookLibrary is available in English, French and Spanish.

Download TumbleBook Library apps

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