World Languages Collection in Libby/OverDrive

Explore eBooks, audiobooks, and eMagazines in various languages in OverDrive's World Languages collection! These curated lists by OverDrive include content in Spanish, Chinese, French, German, Italian, and more. You can also find Muzzy and Little Pim learning language videos for young children for a number languages, including English, and depending on which language collection you are browsing some also include streaming video. This multi-lingual collection is great for reading and listening in your native tongue, practicing a new language, and enjoying content from other cultures.

Find topics of interest for all reading levels! OverDrive includes materials for all ages: kids, teens, and adults. Sign in to OverDrive or the Libby app with your library card and PIN, and enjoy the world languages collection.

Here's a few eMagazines to get you started!

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Reader's Digest: Chinese edition 讀者文摘中文版̈̆̆̇

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If you would like further options to read online magazines available in a variety of languages, check out the Online Library 24/7 section of the Santa Clara County Library District website any time that is convenient for you. Try Dragonsource Qikan eMagazines with over 2,000 journals and magazines from China, spanning more than 40 subject areas. Topics include business, economics, family, education, fashion, entertainment, film, and travel. Also includes academic journals, English-language journals published in China, trade publications, and more. All are updated continuously to correspond with the print editions, and many have extensive back lists available. Available in either traditional or simplified characters.

You can access all of this and more online 24/7 with your Santa Clara County Library card. Apply for one today!

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