Welcome to Salinas High Library
DIGITAL LIBRARY ACCESS
Click on any of the images below for eBook or Audiobook access!
Access the largest collection of eBooks and audiobooks with the Sora app. You can also add your local public library for more access from your device. Watch the video for more information on how to use the Sora app.
Tumble Book Library- Username: tumble735 Password: books
TeenBookCloud- Username: tumble2020 Password: A3b5c6
AudioBookCloud- Username: tumble2020 Password: A3b5c6
An online database that allows access to a robust selection of eBooks, audiobooks and videos that include Graphic Novels, Classic Literatre, National Geographic videos as well as educator resources. Click on any of the images above to find your next book.
Salinas UHSD subscribes to TeachingBooks, an online literacy service. Enjoy the connections below to favorite books and authors.
- Meet authors and illustrators with exclusive movies and recordings
- Experience 12,500+ read-along audiobook performances
- Hear authors pronounce and tell the stories of their names
- Enjoy 1,250+ complete book readings
- Explore book trailers, Meet-the-Author Recordings, and more
- Support assignments about books and author studies
- Find the right book for you (Reader's Advisory)
These links are also featured on your home page of TeachingBooks. Username: SUHSD Password: SUHSD
Register for a Riveted by Simon Teen account to access free reads and so much more from Simon & Schuster.
SYNC is a free summer audiobook program for teens 13+. SYNC 2020 will use Sora, the student reading app from Overdrive.
Start listening-All stories are free to stream on your desktop, laptop, phone or tablet.
Access over 60,000 free ebooks here.
Other Library Access
Log in with your Salinas Public Library card or register for an Instant Digital Library Card. Online only access to resources (Books, digital magazines, newspapers, videos, music, online classes, tutors, and more) for 90 days.
Log in with your Monterey County Free Library card or register for one here.
Read.gov encourages everyone to discover the world of books. Here you'll find a variety of free teen reading resources to explore and enjoy.
The National Emergency Library has a collection of books that supports emergency remote teaching, research, independent scholarship, and intellectual stimulation while universities, schools, training centers, and libraries are closed.
Class of 2020!
The Favorite Poem Project, cosponsored by Boston College and the Library of Congress, is dedicated to celebrating, documenting, and encouraging poetry's role in Americans' lives. Watch or listen to citizens read poems they love.
The Poetry Learning Lab is a great source of knowledge, including a glossary of poetry terms, links to public domain poems, and inspiring essays on poetry from writers and educators.