With OpenLibrary you can view or download over 2.7 million free classic eBooks from the Internet Archive, including great works in the public domain from over 600 libraries around the world. Using your Falls Library card you can also check out over 100,000 newer eBooks for up to 2 weeks and read them in your web browser or on your computer with Adobe Digital Editions. Many of the titles can also be transferred to a Nook or other ebook reader compatible with ePub or PDF formats. Learn more.
If you're not using Know It Now 24x7 to get answers to your questions then you're missing out. Just look at some recent comments: "It reduces the time and get better research;" "staff always go above and beyond to get the information I need quickly;" "the librarian i had was absolutely amazing, she was patient with me when i was struggling, and got me through it." You can use Know It Now 24x7 on a computer, or by text from your cell phone. read more »
If you're an elementary or preschool teacher, or a home school teacher for these levels, you can get a special teacher loan library card to check out things for classroom use. Also, our children's department has book boxes, which contain 30 copies of the same title and sometimes the book on CD, for your classes. read more »
The latest update of the OverDrive ebook application allows you to check out and easily download library eBooks to your Blackberry, iPad, iPhone, Android, or Windows Mobile device.
The voters of Cuyahoga Falls and Silver Lake have passed Issue 16, with 3,290 votes (52.92%) in favor and 2,927 votes (47.08%) against.
We would like to thank the people of Cuyahoga Falls and Silver Lake for your support in passing the library levy. The library has served the community since 1912 and we look forward to offering quality service for many years to come. Thank you for supporting your library!
In 2010, people checked out 985,035 items from the library. That's more than ever before, and over twice as many as in 2000. Thanks for making it a record-breaking year.
Teens are invited to drop in and check out the Anime Club. If you are interested or have any questions, please e-mail Jennifer at animeclub@CuyahogaFallsLibrary.org or call her at 330-928-2117. (Cuyahoga Cuyahoga Falls Library requests parental permission for all young adults under 15 to view Anime films that are recommended for ages 16 and up. Forms are available at the reference desk or online - PDF.) Check the calendar for times.