Books & Databases 

photograph of the building in the library is located in.

Visit the library’s online card catalog at

Yes, we have e-books! Visit to access our e-book collection. You will need a current library card. The cloudLibrary app is available for Apple devices, Android devices, Windows, Mac OS, Kindle Fire, and most Nook devices. You can view simple how-to videos on the cloudLibrary website by clicking here. cloudLibrary is not compatible with Kindle Paper White, but will work with other Kindle devices. Learn how to download the cloudLibrary app for Kindle Fire at


Genealogy enthusiasts will love our for Libraries database! Please Note that this database is only available within the library building, and you will not be able to access it from home. Visit the library anytime Monday-Thursday from 1-8 PM and Saturdays from 9 AM-4 PM to use Ancestry Library Edition.

Power Library logo shaped like the state of Pennsylvania

Power Library is Pennsylvania’s Electronic Library full of free, information-packed databases available to anyone with a library card. Visit Power Library by clicking here.

Power Library is also the home of a digital archive of the Bellwood Bulletin, a newspaper that existed from 1889-1946. To see this archive, visit

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Power Kids is a kid-friendly version of Power Library ideal for students. Visit it by clicking here.

logo for the Blair County Library System

The library is part of the Blair County Library System, and our new union catalog means you can easily request materials from any of Blair County’s eight libraries. These instructions will walk you through the request process step by step: resource sharing patron instructions

Please note that newer materials may not be available from other libraries in the Blair County Library System.

If you need help placing holds on materials from other libraries, a librarian is always happy to help you. Ask at the checkout desk, or call us at 742-8234.

If you need something and none of the libraries in Blair County own it, we can request materials for you via Access PA, the statewide interlibrary loan system. To request a book from Access PA, talk to a librarian.