BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — The Palm Beach County Library System wants you to know that you have free access to a significant amount of material — all online.
Here is the verbatim media advisory sent out by the county, complete with links.
You can use the Palm Beach County Library system 24/7 from your computer, laptop or mobile device by visiting our website. You will find a lot of information available to you to help you pass the time while staying home. Check out the COVID-19 Resource Page and the Virtual Library offerings. You will need your library card to access many of these resources. If you do not have a Library card you can get a free temporary e-card today.
Binge-Worthy Movies and TV Shows
Parents and students can put the school work away and spend some time binge-watching kids movies, cult classics, art-house classics, or any of the 60 plus categories of movies available. There are also 60 categories of TV shows including family-friendly shows, PBS Kids, The Magic School Bus, Masterpiece Theatre, Ken Burns, National Geographic and much more.
If you are searching for the next DIY project to fill your time or want to catch up on all the celebrity gossip or find a new recipe to make for Easter or Passover out check out Flipster. With more than 60 titles you are sure to find something of interest. You can view the magazines from your computer or mobile device. There is no limit to the number of titles you can read online or download to the mobile app.
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