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Welcome to Books, Media, and More – Your Gateway to Endless Possibilities!

At our library, we believe in providing you with a world of resources right at your fingertips. This page is your starting point for an enriching journey through our extensive collection.

Search Our Catalog:
Dive into our vast selection of materials using the search form below. Whether you’re looking for a specific title, author, or topic, our catalog is designed to make your search intuitive and efficient.

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Download & Stream

Looking for digital media? Here, you can access a plethora of digital resources, including e-books, audiobooks, music, and video content. Whether you’re on the go or cozying up at home, our digital library is available 24/7 for your convenience.

These digital resources are accessible online with your Moorestown Library card. For instructions on obtaining a library card, click on “Apply for a Library Card.”

Look for the graduation cap icon next to the resource name and click on it to view a tutorial on how to use the resource.

Discover Engaging Paired Texts for Literacy Support

Explore a curated collection of paired fiction and nonfiction texts designed to captivate readers and bolster literacy skills. This unique selection aids in:

  • Making Connections: By pairing texts, readers can easily relate concepts and themes across different genres, enhancing comprehension.
  • Building Background Knowledge: The diverse range of topics helps broaden readers’ understanding of the world.
  • Expanding Vocabulary: Exposure to a variety of texts introduces new vocabulary, supporting language development.

Features for Every Reader:

  • Read Aloud Option: A read-aloud feature is available to support emerging readers and can be turned off as reading skills advance, promoting independence.
  • Lexile Reading Levels: Each text is accompanied by its Lexile measure, making it easy to find materials that match each reader’s current ability, supporting gradual progress.

This resource is perfect for students looking to strengthen foundational reading skills through engaging and relevant content.

Access BookFlix

boundless (formerly Axis360)

Exciting news for all New Jersey library patrons! boundless is here to bring you an incredible collection of ebooks and audiobooks. With boundless, everyone with a Moorestown Library card has the key to a treasure trove of digital titles for adults and children. Whether on a PC/Mac or using an iOS and Android device, boundless is ready to go wherever you are.

To start, visit the boundless website or download its mobile apps (links below).

  • For First-Time Users: You must enter your Moorestown Library card number. If you’re using the mobile app, search for Moorestown Library, enter your library card number, and tap login. If you’re a new user, you’ll be prompted to create an account.
  • Returning Users: Log in with your library card number to dive back into your reading or listening journey.

boundless website | boundless IOS app | boundless Android app

Enjoy Your Picks!

  • Borrow Limit: You can borrow up to three titles each month.
  • Place Holds: Found more books or audiobooks you like? Place holds on up to five items per month.

Need help?
Visit the boundless Help Page.

Download & stream thousands of movies, television shows, music albums, eBooks, audiobooks and Comics, all available for mobile and online access.

Getting Started with hoopla

  1. Visit hoopla: Go to the hoopla digital website or download the hoopla apps (links below).
  2. Create Your Account: The first time you visit hoopla, you’ll need to set up an account. It’s quick and easy! Just enter your email address, choose a password, and provide your library card number. That’s it!
  3. Log In: After setting up your account, you’ll use your email address and password to log in to hoopla in the future.
  4. Enjoy hoopla Anywhere:
    • On Your Computer: Watch or listen to your favorite titles directly in your web browser on a PC or Mac.
    • On the App: If you’re using the hoopla app on your mobile device, you have the option to stream content or download it for offline viewing. Perfect for entertainment on the go!

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Borrowing information
Library cardholders will be allowed to borrow up to 8 items every calendar month. It doesn’t matter how many of each type of item you have. You can check out any combination of movies, eBooks, audiobooks, comics, and music.

Borrowing periods:

  • Ebooks, comics, and audiobooks: 21 days
  • Music albums: 7 days.
  • Movies and television shows: 3 days.

The titles will automatically expire – you do not need to return them.

Bonus Borrows
In order to provide more content to patrons during this difficult time, hoopla has announced the Bonus Borrows Collection with more than 1,000 top titles and hoopla favorites.  These titles don’t count against your monthly limit, so borrow away! Access the Bonus Borrows Collection.

Help and support

Welcome to Kanopy: Your Digital Cinema

Kanopy is not just any video streaming service; it’s your ticket to a world of critically acclaimed movies, documentaries, and kid-friendly content. We partner with studios like A24, The Criterion Collection, PBS, and more to bring your library access to thoughtful entertainment.

You can enjoy Kanopy on any device you prefer—iPhones, Android phones, tablets, Desktops, or even your TV with Roku, Apple TV, and Fire Stick apps.

Getting Started with Kanopy:

  • Visit the Kanopy Website or download the TV or Mobile apps (Links below).
  • Click the “Add Library Card” button.
  • Enter your library card number.
  • Sign up with your email and create a password.

Kanopy website | Kanopy TV and Mobile Apps

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How Kanopy Works:

  • Viewing Credits: You get 8 credits every month to watch amazing videos. These credits refresh on the first day of each month but don’t carry over.
  • Play Credits: Each video costs 1 credit to play. However, Kanopy Kids videos are exempt and don’t require any credits!
  • Watch Time: Once you use a credit, you have 3 days to watch the video as many times as you want, even if your credits reset with the new month.

Sponsored by the Friends of the Moorestown Library

Your library card opens the door to unlimited, complimentary access to the digital edition of The New York Times. Here’s how to get started:

Access Inside the Library:

If you already have an account: Simply log in using your existing email address and password.

If you’re a first-time user: Look for the option labeled “Create Account” to start the registration process. You’ll be prompted to fill out a form with your personal details. Please make sure to remember your username and password, as the library cannot retrieve these details for you.

Access The New York Times

Access from Anywhere Else:

  1. Activate Your Pass: For 24-hour access, click on the “NYT Digital Access” link below (note: you can activate a new pass only after any previous pass has expired).
  2. Click Redeem: Follow the prompts to redeem your 24-hour pass.
  3. Sign In or Register:
    • If you don’t have an account, click “Create Account,” fill out the registration form, and make a note of your username and password. (The library cannot assist in retrieving these details later.)
    • If you already have an account, log in as usual.
  4. Confirmation: After successfully claiming your pass, you’ll see a confirmation message below and receive an email confirmation. Now, you can enjoy unlimited access to for the next 24 hours.

NYT Digital Access

NYT Confirmation


As a valued patron of Moorestown Library, you have exclusive access to a wide range of ebooks and audiobooks through our subscription to the South Jersey Audiobook and eBook Download Center.

Download Options for Patrons:

Using Libby Apps, by OverDrive:

Download: IOS Libby App | Android Libby App | Amazon Fire App

If you need assistance,  please visit the Libby Help site or .

Access the OverDrive website:
Enjoy our ebook and audiobook collection on your computer through the traditional OverDrive platform.

OverDrive Website

Like with the Libby Apps, you can send ebooks to your Kindle or any Kindle reading app. Learn more about Kindle compatibility.
If you need assistance, please visit the OverDrive Help page.

Borrowing Periods and Access:

  • Loan Periods: Choose between 7 or 14 days for each checkout.
  • Download Restrictions: Please note that downloads cannot be transferred to library computers.

Explore TrueFlix: Your Online Literacy and Learning Resource

TrueFlix stands out as an innovative online platform designed to enhance literacy skills, expand knowledge in various subjects, and develop essential 21st-century skills through an engaging inquiry process. Here’s how TrueFlix can benefit students:

  • Boost Literacy Skills: Students can improve their reading and comprehension abilities through a wide range of interactive materials, setting a solid foundation for lifelong learning.
  • Expand Subject Knowledge: TrueFlix offers a rich library of content across different subject areas, enabling students to deepen their understanding of specific topics.
  • Cultivate 21st Century Skills: By encouraging exploration and inquiry, TrueFlix helps students develop critical thinking, problem-solving, and information literacy skills, which are vital in today’s world.

TrueFlix is the perfect tool for students seeking to enhance their academic skills while exploring their interests in a dynamic and interactive way.

Access TrueFlix

TumbleBook Library

A selection of storybooks, early readers, chapter books, graphic novels, nonfiction, books in Spanish and French, puzzles, and educational videos. Choose a book from the Read Along tab to have the story read to you. Get the free TumbleBooks app for easy access from your mobile device.

Access TumbleBooks

As a library card holder, you have complimentary online access to the Wall Street Journal from the Moorestown Library. You are are not permitted to share the sign-on credentials with any other person. Any violation of this clause will result in Dow Jones terminating access.

First time users: Create your account. You’ll be prompted to fill out a form with your personal details. Please make sure to remember your username and password, as the library cannot retrieve these details for you.  Access will be available for the next three days.

Returning users:  After 3 days, simply come back and click the above link again. Login as an existing user with the same username and password you originally created.

Access Wall Street Journal

Reader’s Corner

Explore the wonders of literature and embark on new adventures at the Reader’s Corner, your special section dedicated to enriching minds and sparking imagination.

This collection, a thoughtful gift from the Moorestown Rotary Breakfast Club, is an excellent resource for new adult and young adult readers, as well as for English as a Second Language (ESL) students and their tutors. It includes a variety of materials such as reference books, a newspaper, workbooks, and a mix of fiction and nonfiction books available for borrowing. This diverse assortment offers an engaging and educational experience for its users.

See the library’s collection

The library book group meets on Zoom every other month and is open to anyone who would like to attend. Books, author information, and discussion questions are available at the Adult Services Desk. Join us and bring a friend!

View Upcoming Book Club Meetings

The Friends of the Library holds its very popular Used Book Sales twice a year at the Library. Book donations are accepted year-round at the Library. All proceeds benefit the Library.

View Upcoming Book Sales

Hardcovers: $2.00
Trade softcovers: $1.00
Paperbacks: 50 cents
Coffee table books: $5.00
DVDs: 3 for $1.00
CDs: 5 for $1.00

Donation Guidelines

We DO accept:

  • Books for all ages
  • CDs
  • DVDs

Book donations should be of good quality, clean, and without need for repair.

We DO NOT accept:

  • Textbooks
  • Audiobooks
  • Dictionaries
  • Encyclopedias
  • Outdated reference books (latest copyright date over 5 years old)
  • Magazines
  • National Geographic
  • Readers Digest Books
  • Time-Life Books
  • Items with torn, highlighted, or marked-up pages
  • Books with water damage, mold, or mildew

Please inquire at the Circulation Desk if you have questions.

Novelist lets you search among hundreds of thousands of popular fiction and readable nonfiction titles by using a favorite author or title to find other books of interest. You can retrieve author read-alikes, book lists, book discussion guides, and more. Lexile range searching is available in the advanced search page.

Access Novelist

NoveList K-8 Plus focuses on nonfiction reading materials that support the school curriculum, as well as the recreational reading interests of children and students from preschool through middle school. Lexile range searching is available in the advanced search page.

Access Novelist K-8

A complete kit for the successful book group meeting!

Each kit contains ten copies of a title and printed discussion questions.

Sorry, we don’t bake, clean, or baby-sit, but let us provide you with the material you need for an enjoyable time to meet, discuss, and share a common love…READING.

If you have questions or suggestions for titles, please email Adult Services at

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New 2024 titles coming soon:

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