Find a Book

Click the image above to search for a resource in our library. Choose the high school from the list.


Want to read an eBook? Come to the media center for an access code and pin number to use Free

Link to Free eBooks

Click the image above to search for a book in the Moultrie-Colquitt Public Library System.

Visit the Bluford Series Website to listen to FREE audiobooks.

Click the image above to visit Project Gutenberg, a fee online digital e-book library. Or, click the link below to access free e-books or purchase e-books theough Google.

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Epic Reads

EpicReads is a site where you can learn what books are trending, learn about authors, and even take quizzes or enter to win free books.

LibriVox has free, public domain audiobooks.

Additional Resources:

This site is an easy way to find books based on your Lexile measure and interests. Books are suggested based on your Lexile score or a series of questions. We may or may not have the books in our media center.

Literary Reference Center is part of GALILEO and so if you use it at home, you will need the password. Literary Reference Center includes information about the most studied authors and works, has biographies of authors, eBooks of some classics and also offers reserach and citation guides as well as a Literary Glossary (so you can figure out what your teacher means with terms like "Ethos" and "Pathos".

NoveListPlus is also part of GALILEO and provides reading recommendations, information about books and authors, reviews, series, articles, lists and more.

abookandahug is a site to help you search for books by category, keyword, author, awards the book has won, and other strategies. You can take a quiz to find you reader personality type to help you choose a book, though of course, you can read any type of book.

This site provides information using PDF, visit this link to download the Adobe Acrobat Reader DC software.