Find a book at your library
Use the library's online catalog, to locate books, videos, or other materials owned by the Linebaugh Public Library System. Note: Your default PIN is the last six digits of the barcode on your library card.
Use R.E.A.D.S. (Regional eBook & Audiobook Download System) to find downloadable audio books, electronic books and videos. Material can be downloaded to a variety of devices. Check out is from 2-3 weeks and return is automatic -- no late fees ever! You may check out a maximum of 10 titles at a time. Like normal library materials, you can place a hold on any unavailable title and receive an email notification when the material is ready for you to check out. To access this collection, visit the R.E.A.D.S. website:
• On your first visit, you will need to download free software from the website, in order to listen to the digital audio books.
• To sign in, select the Stones River Region.
• Then select your library branch (Eagleville, Linebaugh, MGL, or Smyrna) and enter your library card number.
Find digital children's books
Bookflix and TrueFlix lets your child watch animated storybooks, read books online, play educational games, and more. For grades PreK-3. You will need to enter your library card number to use this service.
Interactive Books offers nonfiction and fiction books with narration, and incorporates video, sound effects, and motion graphics for enhanced learning. Enter your library name (linebaughlibrary, smyrna, myrtleglanton, or eagleville) and the password library to use this service.
Check out all the great offerings for children on our Just for Kids page.
Find reading suggestions
You can find reading suggestions through the Tennessee Electronic Library. Books & Authors combines more than 140,000 titles, 50,000 authors, and thousands of read-alike, award winner, and librarian's favorites lists to help bring readers and literature together.
Find a book in another library
Use the Tennessee Public Library Catalog, to search the catalogs of most public libraries in the state of Tennessee. This useful tool can tell you which libraries in the state own a title that you seek. You may also use AGent to learn which libraries subscribe to a particular newspaper or periodical.
Use WorldCat to search for materials in thousands of public, university, and other libraries. You can search for books, music, and videos, to see what libraries near you own them. You can also find research articles and digital books that can be directly viewed or downloaded.
If you're looking for a book that LPLS does not own, you can request to borrow it for free from another library via Interlibrary Loan. Please search the library catalog before placing an Interlibrary Loan request to be certain we do not already own the book. Complete our Interlibrary Loan Form and return to Linebaugh Library (Service Desk, 2nd floor) or Smyrna Library. Forms may be sent via email to Linebaugh Library or Smyrna Library, except for first-time ILL users. If you have never requested an item through interlibrary loan, your first one requires a visit to the service desk at Linebaugh or Smyrna to read the terms and sign the form. Future requests may be made by email or by phone.
Other library catalogs
• Middle Tennessee State University
• Nashville Public Library
• Tennessee State Library and Archives
• Library of Congress
• Library Spot has a large listing of libraries with online catalogs.
• Yahoo! also has an extensive listing of library links.