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MyLibraryNYC: Simultaneous Use eBooks - Copies Always Available!

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Available NOW and ready to borrow for educators and students in the MyLibraryNYC school-library initiative:

English Language Arts eBooks: Classic, and Exemplar (Gr. 4-12)

Simultaneous Usage: what is it? Simultaneous e-books are always available—there is no limit on the number of library patrons that can simultaneously read these titles at once. So assign them for your class—or for your whole school! Copies are always available.

Gr. 4-8 ​

Gr. 9-12

Social Studies eBooks: Black History and Women's History (Gr. 4-12)

Frederick Douglass for Kids:
His Life and Times with 21 Activities
 

National African American History - February: 

Women's History - March:

Looking for more simultaneous use e-books for your classroom?

Check out our other titles (with more to come!)

STEM to STEAM for Gr. 4-8 >>

Science: Biomes & Interdependence Gr. 4-8 >>

Science: Animals & Environments Gr. K-3 >>

....and more History & Social Studies titles for Gr. 4-8 >>

 

New to downloading ebooks? It is as simple as a few clicks. Click on the title you are interested, check what formats are available, download - and start reading! *Please note, three steps you should follow before downloading:

  1. if downloading to a mobile device, first download the Overdrive App - this is the easiest way to access eNYPL ebook titles
  2. if  you download a title as Kindle Book, you will need a Kindle account - which is free 
  3. if you download a Adobe EPUB or PDF you will need Abode Digital Editions downloaded on your computer and you will need to create an Adobe ID - which is free

 

 

 

 

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