Welcome to Digital Library NJ! Download and listen to best selling and classic digital eBooks and audiobooks 24/7 on your Windows PC, laptop, eReader including Nooks and Kindles, or MP3 player at home, in the office or anywhere in the world. Burn titles to CD and listen in your car. A number of digital devices are supported; check the help page for information about your device. To use, click on Digital Library NJ. Select "Login" then choose "M.A.I.N" as your library system. You may then Sign In with your library card number.
Is it Google? Is it Yahoo? No, it's JerseyClicks! JerseyClicks allows you to search up to 15 full-text resources simultaneously through one user-friendly interface. It gives New Jersey residents access, at no charge, to resources that are not normally available free on the Internet. Choose from 27 high quality databases covering subjects such as health, history, business, education, science, current events, literature, and popular fiction, as well as Spanish-language magazine articles.
The Mountain Lakes Library provides its patrons several searchable information databases (use your library card number as PATRON ID. Enter the 13 digit number on the back of your library card, without the spaces.):
ReferenceUSA*: find information on over 15.5 million U.S. and Canadian businesses and organizations; search and sort by business name, location, yellow page heading, SIC code, and size of operation. Research U.S. and Canadian households to conduct market research or locate friends and relatives. Detailed information on doctors and dentists in the HealthCare database, and more.
On the JerseyClicks page of databases, click the name ReferenceUSA under the Business category. If you have trouble logging in, see our troubleshooting tips.
Job and Career Accelerator*: create resumes and cover letters, learn interviewing techniques, and prepare for related exams. Access millions of job listings.
Downloadable Audiobooks and eBooks
DigitalLibraryNJ: catalog is always available! Download the best selling and classic audiobooks and eBooks 24/7 to your computer or device. Check the list of compatible ebook and audiobook devices. If you have a question, please submit our M.A.I.N. Overdrive Support Form.
Informe!*: una coleccion de revistas hispanicas con textos completos.
Salud en Espanol*: Salud en Espanol provee reportes completos basados en evidencias y fichas de datos relacionados a todos los aspectos de la salud y el bienestar.
Referencia Latina*: a comprehensive Spanish-language database, offering content from a variety of sources including 49,000 encyclopedia entries; 50,000 images; 2,500 health reports; a Spanish-English dictionary, and more.
NoveList*: suggestions for fiction reading, including award-winning book lists, discussion guides, recommended reading lists, and more.
NoveList K-8*: suggestions for children's fiction reading, selected by school media specialists and children's librarians at NoveList.
EBSCOhost* MasterFILE Elite indexes 2,200 magazines, of which 1,000 are full text; Newspaper Source Plus offers full text for 700 regional, national, and international newspapers; EBSCOhost also includes health, business and children's databases.
ProQuest includes magazines, many full text, some back to 1971, and newspapers, including Gannett papers (Daily Record among them) and the Wall Street Journal.
NJ Locations: which NJ librarieshave the magazines and newspapers you need? (Rutgers titles are listed separately, in their online catalog).
Politics / Geography / History / Science
Facts On File: this mega-database is an excellent resource for grades 4-12 in biography, science, geography, and history; includes maps and images.
The Craven Miniature Rooms
This exhibit of exquisitely detailed miniature rooms by local artist Edgar Craven is on permanent display at the Mountain Lakes Library.
The Medal of Honor/Distinguished Service Medal Display
The nation's highest military honors went to two residents of Mountain Lakes for gallantry, skill, and heroism during World War II. A permanent display in the library shows the actual medals and describes the feats of these two highly decorated officers.