With your InfoSoup library card, you have access to thousands of eBooks and audiobooks. Learn more below or ask your local librarian for details. Also check out our our Research & Homework Help page for additional online resources, all available 24/7.
Explore our state-wide digital library with over 50,000 eBook and 18,000 audiobook titles. Login with your InfoSoup Library card and PIN. This digital library works with most mobile devices, including Kindle. We recommend using the Libby App for other mobile devices.
View the OverDrive Help page to learn more.
You can also search for and check out OverDrive titles directly in InfoSoup, as well as manage your OverDrive checkouts and holds in your InfoSoup account. Check out our eBooks in InfoSoup Video.
TumbleBook Library contains animated, talking picture books that have been created from existing picture books from well-known publishers and authors and converted to the TumbleBook format. From outside a library, all you need is your library card number to use TumbleBooks.
Apple and Android apps for TumbleBooks are available. When you login the first time, select Library then enter Country and State and then tap Next. For Library, select InfoSoup Libraries/Outagamie Waupaca Library System and then enter your library card number without spaces. Do not log out when you are done.
Hoopla Digital has a wide selection of audiobooks, movies, music, and eBooks to download or stream.
Available for patrons of the following InfoSoup Libraries:
- Algoma Public Library
- Appleton Public Library
- Clintonville Public Library
- Door County Libraries
- Iola Village Public Library
- Kewaunee Public Library
- Kimberly Public Library
- Little Chute Public Library
- (Manawa) Sturm Memorial Library
- Marinette County Libraries,
- New London Public Library
- (Oconto) Farnsworth Public Library
- Shawano County Libraries
- Waupaca Area Public Library
Check out our collection of newspaper resources available for historic and genealogical research. For current events, try US Newstream, which features key national and regional sources including The New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, Boston Globe, & Chicago Tribune.
Check out the ever growing collection of local history resources available online 24/7. These full-text and image resources include census records, birth, marriage & death records, immigration and military records, directories, passenger lists, maps, postcards, city directories, local histories, newspaper articles, and more.
Additional Free Resources
Many resources are being made available for free while schools and libraries are closed. Here is a small, select list of online resources that are either always free or temporarily free.
eBooks & Audiobooks
Resources for Kids & Families
- Project Gutenburg — A library of over 60,000 free eBooks. You will find the world’s great literature here, with focus on older works for which U.S. copyright has expired. Always free.
- Open Library — Includes copyright free books and books that have been scanned by libraries and archives. Mostly older title. An odd and quirky collection, but with a few gems and hard to find items. Always free, but sign up required.
- Digital Public Library of America — Discover millions of images, texts, videos, and sounds from across the United States. Includes the Open Bookshelf project. Visit DPLA eBooks page to learn more. Always free.
- LibraVox — Public domain audiobooks read by volunteers. Always free.
- 100+ Free Video Read Alouds — A collection of links to free read alouds from the Indianapolis Public Library.
- 100 More Free Video Read Alouds — More links to free read alouds from the Indianapolis Public Library.
- Storyline Online — The SAG-AFTRA Foundation’s award-winning children’s literacy website, Storyline Online, streams videos featuring celebrated actors reading children’s books alongside creatively produced illustrations. Always free.
- Unite for Literacy — Unite for Literacy provides free digital access to picture books, narrated in many languages.
- Scholastic Learn at Home — Day-by-day projects to keep kids reading and thinking.
- Scholastic BookFlix — Animated classic storybooks are paired with nonfiction titles. Registration required.
- International Children’s Digital Library (ICDL) — The ICDL Foundation’s goal is to build a collection of books that represents outstanding historical and contemporary books from throughout the world.