Digital Archives, Informational Databases, eBooks and more!
Local Newspaper Archives
https://jvbrownpublic.advantage-preservation.com/ – is accessible from anywhere in the world and contains all public domain content (everything published through December 31, 1922) some copyrighted content.
https://jvbrowninternal.advantage-preservation.com/ – allows access to all content, including copyrighted content, but can only be accessed over the library’s IP address – inside the library.
A compendium of resources, now including GALE databases. For a full list of available materials, click the link below.
Download the mobile app to borrow and read ebooks and audiobooks.
eBooks and Audiobooks!
Borrow Movies, Music, eBooks and more!
(Hoopla is only available to James V. Brown Library card holders who live in the Library’s service area. That includes Williamsport, Loyalsock, and South Williamsport.)
Permit Practice Tests
Take practice tests for Car, Motorcycle, or CDL Licenses!
The Library of Accessible Media for Pennsylvanians (LAMP), is a program funded through the Pennsylvania Office of Commonwealth Libraries and Administered throughout the state of Pennsylvania by Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh and the Free Library of Philadelphia.
BookFLIX is an online literacy resource for children in grades Pre K-3. It is made to help early readers develop and practice essential reading skills and introduces students to a world of knowledge and exploration.
Power Library Kids
Power Library Kids includes many resources for children and teens. Ebooks, research, articles, essays and more; there are many options for a growing mind.
Accelerated Reader Book Finder
You can search for book titles based on authors, topics, or titles of books. An easy way to find a book in your reading level!
Local historical images, newspapers, and more.
Materials related to the history of women in Lycoming County, brought to you by the Lycoming College, Historical Society, and the James V Brown Library. Covering 1875-1925.