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Hoopla Digital

Warrenville card holders can download the free Hoopla Digital mobile app on their Android or IOS device or visit to begin enjoying thousands of titles from major Hollywood studios, record companies and publishers. The collection includes videos, music, eBooks, eAudiobooks and eComics. Titles are available to borrow 24/7, for instant streaming or temporary downloading to smartphones, tablets and computers. Each patron may check out up to five items per month. Lending periods for hoopla materials are as follows:

  • eBooks, eAudiobooks, eComics: 21 days
  • Music: 7 days
  • Video: 3 days



  • Visit
  • Click Log In in the upper right corner of the screen. Click Sign Up Now at bottom of page.
  • On the screen that appears, click Warrenville Public Library. If the library's name does not appear, click Choose a library, locate Warrenville Public Library in the list, and click to select it.
  • Create a Hoopla account using your preferred email address and a password of your choice. Your password must be at least 8 characters long. Type your email address and password twice. Click Continue.
  • Type your Warrenville Public Library card number (without spaces) and your PIN. By default, your PIN is the four-digit month and day of your birthday.
  • Click Sign Up Now.
  • Click Search our Titles to begin looking for titles. You may also browse by format or genre.
  • Note: In order to play Hoopla content on your web browser, a plug-in called Widevine must be installed. Your web browser may prompt you to download this plug-in the first time you attempt to view content on your web browser. This is a one-time installation and you should not be prompted for the plug-in again. The Firefox browser also requires the Silverlight plug-in. If you do not have Silverlight installed, your browser should prompt you to install it the first time you attempt to view content. This is a one-time installation and you should not be prompted for the plug-in again.

Mobile app

Visit the hoopla website for a list of supported devices.

  • Visit Google Play, the iTunes App Store, or the Kindle App Store and sign in. Do a search for the Hoopla Digital app.
  • Click "GET," download the free Hoopla Digital app, and open the app.
  • Create a Hoopla account using your preferred email address and a password of your choice. Your password must be at least 8 characters long. Sign in to the Hoopla Digital app.
  • Type your Warrenville Public Library card number (without spaces) and your PIN. By default, your PIN is the four-digit month and day of your birthday.
  • Tap the arrow to the right of "library."
  • On the Edit Library page that appears, tap Choose Your Library menu, then touch Warrenville Public Library. Touch Save.
  • Tap Search to begin browsing for items or browse by format or genre.

Questions? Ask at the Reference Desk or call the Library at 630-393-1171 x100. One-hour one-on-one Book a Librarian sessions are available. You can also click on the three blue lines, scroll to the bottom of the menu and click Contact Us to contact hoopla staff directly.

OverDrive eMediaLibrary

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The Warrenville Public Library lends eBooks and eAudiobooks through OverDrive’s eMediaLibrary. These books are compatible with Windows and Mac computers, most eReaders, tablets, smartphones and portable listening devices. Visit the Help page to find the resources you need, or read a quick Getting Started guide.


Visit the Device Resource Center to find the hardware and software requirements for your specific computer and/or device, or confirm compatibility before making a purchase. The Device Resource Center also includes links to manufacturer’s websites, as well as product information and shopping guides.


The following guides are formatted for printing:
Getting Started with OverDrive on a Computer
Getting Started with the OverDrive App
Getting Started with eReaders
Getting Started with Kindle eReaders
Getting Started with OverDrive Read
Getting Started with OverDrive Listen


Ready to select some downloadable eBooks and eAudiobooks? Sign in to eMediaLibrary.

RBdigital eMagazines

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Love reading magazines? Try the Library’s eMagazine collection and read them on your iPad, Android tablet, Mac or PC. We’ve selected over 40 popular magazines. You can read the full-color, cover-to-cover issues as soon as they’re available--no waiting. Intrigued? To get started, follow the instructions below.


Setting up your Account:

  • Click here or click on the RBdigital button at the top of this page to go to the Library's RBdigital page. If you are outside of the Library or using your own device, you will be prompted for your Warrenville Library card number and PIN.

  • Create your account using the "Create New Account" link in the top right-hand corner of the page. You will enter your email address and select a password.
  • When you receive your confirmation email (this may take a few minutes), click the link to confirm your account.
  • Log in to your newly created account.

Choosing Magazines:

Click on the magazine cover to see available issues, and click on the blue Checkout button to add the currently selected issue to your account.


Reading Magazines:

You read magazines using your account on a PC, Mac or a mobile device.


The RBDigital app is available for iOS and Android. Please note that the eMagazines are primarily formatted for computers and tablets. Only some magazines are formatted and available for viewing on smart phones.


More questions?

Confused or have further questions? Read through the FAQs below or call the Information Desk at 630/393-1171 x106 for further assistance.


1. Are all the magazines that you own in print available in the eMagazine collection?

No, not every title in print is available to purchase for the Library collection. However, we would love to hear what titles Warrenville Library card holders want us to include in this new service. Email to make a suggestion.

2. What is the loan period for a magazine?

There is no loan period. You keep the magazines for as long as you like. You can delete them from your personal account when you've finished with them.

3. Can I print from a magazine?

The ability to print is determined by the publisher of each magazine. Depending on the publisher, you can print a range of pages, a single page or none at all. Printing is not available from the mobile apps. You must print while viewing the magazine in your browser.

4. How many people can look at the same magazine at once?

There is no limit to the number of people who can use a magazine issue at the same time. Enjoy!

5. When I select a magazine, will I continue to get new issues?

In order to get the next issue, you must return to the library account and add it to your personal account from there. You can also be notified when the next issue is available by clicking "email me when the next issue is available" upon checkout.


TumbleBooks, a world leader in online children's book databases, has made its family of online libraries available for free to all public libraries until at least August 31. Follow the links to access hundreds of eBooks and audiobooks. No library card, username or password is required.

TumbleBookLibrary - K-6 children's ebook database

TumbleMath - K-6 math ebook database

TeenBookCloud - ebook database for grades 7-12

AudioBookCloud - all ages audio book database

RomanceBookCloud - a huge collection of steamy Romance novels for the older crowd!

BiblioBoard Library

Anyone who is physically in Illinois can access the content on BiblioBoard Library without a login. Because BiblioBoard authenticates by the user's location, visiting the website or opening the app gives you access to e-books without needing to enter a library card number or other login. Unlimited checkouts and no return periods give readers instant access to all titles all the time.

Readers also may create a BiblioBoard account profile and login. An account allows access to BiblioBoard Library while outside of Illinois, as well as the ability to download content for offline reading and to add bookmarks and notes.

Read in your browser or through the BiblioBoard app, available for Android, iOS, and Kindle.

Having trouble accessing BiblioBoard Library?
Visit to confirm your device's location, or email for assistance.