My library, anytime, with Nebraska OverDrive Libraries. With support from the Nebraska Library Commission, HPL now offers digital audio books and eBooks via Nebraska OverDrive Libraries. Browse a dynamic collection of digital books. Check out and download best-selling titles to your PC, then transfer to a portable device or burn some titles to CD and enjoy anytime, anywhere. (Nebraska OverDrive Libraries is for home use, must have a current library card.)
NetLibrary provides users with full-text searching of electronic books. Over 10,000 titles to choose from. NetLibrary provides access to Hastings Public Library's eContent collection. eContent is the digital version of books, journals, and database content. You can access eContent 24 hours a days, seven days a week. (Password required, must set up a free personal account at the library.)
NoveList is a guide to all things fiction—use it to find new authors and titles. NoveList has everything for the fiction reader from author and title read-alikes to series searches. (Password required, must have a current library card.)
Books in Print
The industry's largest Web-based bibliographic resource. Looking for something new to read? Search bestsellers, read reviews, and more.
Access Books in Print. (Password required for home access.)
*Notice: Complete Connection, Fiction Connection, and Non-Fiction Connection has now been incorporated into Books in Print. Access Books in Print. (Password required for home access.)
The functionality of these databases ( Charachter search, Find Similar titles and Authors, and other options.) is still being offered through BIP. (Search Fiction and Non-Fiction Connection at the same time. A “how to” guide, showing what the new result functionality looks like in Books in Print, is available at: http://nebraskaccess.ne.gov/help/findsimilaruserguide.pdf
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Try the "catalog" links on our Web site when looking for books in the library.
Try our Reader's Corner for book lists and reviews.
Try our Teen—Find a Good Book page for more Web sites for readers.
Try our ILL (Borrow from other libraries) page when looking for an item that the library doesn't have.
Try our Databases page for a complete list of subscription databases.
Try our Links page for book-related Web sites.