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MORGANTOWN -

The Morgantown Library has thousands of books to choose from and even more online.

It has e-books and audio books available on its web site. And the only thing you need to have to access them is a library card.

"You do have to live in this county. Bring a photo ID and two things with address on it," said Ellen Hathaway, a librarian at the Morgantown Library. "You can get a card, we'll then input your data into the database and it can take up to a week but we try to do it more promptly. And then you log on and you're good to go."

All of the books on the Overdrive database are available to read on e-readers and tablets.

The library also has a database of universal classes that you can sign up for. Visit the Morgantown Library web site for more information.