Fauquier County Public Library


Take the library with you – download books, magazines and audiobooks to your device. Access research databases and thousands of training videos to help you achieve your academic, career and personal goals!

e-books, e-audio books

  • OverDrive (Blue Ridge Download Consortium)
    Popular fiction and nonfiction titles for adults, teens and children
  • RBdigital
    “Always available” e-audio books, as well as classic e-books
  • TumbleBook Library
    Animated, talking picture books, puzzles and games for children (Note: If you are outside the library, you must access through http://finditva.com/ and click on E-Books.)
  • TumbleBook for Teens
    Geared at middle school and high school students and teachers, offers a selection of graphic novels, classic literature and fiction in e-book form, as well as National Geographic videos, educator resources and audiobooks. (Note: If you are outside the library, you must access through http://finditva.com/ and click on E-Books.)


Check out and download your favorite magazines to your tablet, smartphone or computer with RBdigital Magazines.


  • Atomic Training
    Extensive video tutorials covering PC basics, Microsoft Office, Adobe Creative Suite and more
  • DigitalLearn.org
    Short (15 minutes or less) tutorials covering basic computer/technology skills
  • GCF LearnFree.org
    From the Goodwill Community Foundation, this site includes interactive lessons on technology/software (keyboarding, using a mouse, etc.) as well as reading, math and “everyday life” skills
  • TechBoomers
    Over 80 free courses, thousands of articles and videos on how to use technology, social media sites, and web services
  • Testing and Education Reference Center
    Test preparation for numerous exams for students and professionals
  • Transparent Language Online
    Interactive language lessons for 90+ languages, including ESL


We offer online resources for research and learning. You can access most of these resources at home with your library card. Many of these resources are made possible through the Library of Virginia, which offers the Find It VA app. This app not only connects to the library’s mobile catalog and our latest blog posts, but also a selection of full-text reference books and research tools and newspaper and magazine articles.