Format your books for ePublication anywhere with Pressbooks
! Create professional-quality eBook and print-ready files in ePUB, MOBI and PDF formats.
Share your eBook with readers! Once your book has been formatted for ePublication, Indie Author Project makes your work available online at CDL'S BiblioBoard Library.
Discover something new to check out!
From eBooks to multimedia collections that incorporate books, images, audio, and video, BiblioBoard provides library patrons with a fun and engaging experience created by self-published authors, artists, and musicians.
You can now access digital documents from the communities of Bancroft, Byron, Corunna, Lennon, Morrice, New Lothrop, and Perry. Included are historical newspapers, yearbooks, pictures, cemetery records and more. Many of the documents are searchable to make research easier. This is an onging project with materials added continuously. Search CDL Digital Historical Collections.
Print from anywhere to a Community District Library printer with Princh. You can order your prints online from home, or stop into any CDL branch and print wirelessly from there. Download the Princh app on your phone or tablet, or from your computer upload your document to the Princh website. Then, stop into any CDL branch to pick up your prints. Each branch has an assigned code to enter when ordering. Choose to pay in person at the library or online with your credit card.
Black & white prints are .15 cents per page, color prints are .25 cents per page.
Byron: coming soon
New Lothrop: coming soon
Community District Library has been working for many weeks on a plan for our branches to safely reopen our doors to the public. Please read the library's Covid-19 Exposure Prevention, Preparedness and Response Plan for full details of our plan to safely resume library operations within the guidelines as set forth in Executive Orders:
Executive Order 2020-110 - Temporary restrictions on certain events, gatherings, and businesses - Rescission of Executive Orders 2020-69 and 2020-96
Executive Order 2020-97 - Safeguards to protect Michigan’s workers from COVID-19 - Rescission of Executive Order 2020-91
Safety measures include but are not limited to: public capacity limits in branches, masks are required by staff and patrons if medically able to wear, social distancing inside buildings and at computers between staff and patrons, plexiglass barriers (sneeze guards) installed at all staff/public service desks, materials handling procedures will be followed by staff to properly and safely handle library materials, strict cleaning and disinfecting schedule for high volume surfaces touched by the public. All in branch programming has been cancelled and Summer Reading events have been moved to virtual events.