Zinio digital magazines have arrived at the Morris Public Library! One hundred titles are available electronically and can be downloaded to your PC, Mac, phone, iPad, Android or Kindle. Many titles are interactive (graphics, videos, and animations)

Here is a list of magazines:

America’s Best Home Workshops
American Patchwork & Quilting
Backyard & Garden
Best-Ever Home Shop
Bicycle Times
Cabin Life
Car & Driver
Consumer Reports
Consumer Reports Kitchen
Container Gardening
Cottage Style
Country Gardens
Country Living
Crochet Traditions
Cross Stitch Collection
Cycle World
Diabetic Living
Do It Yourself
Eating Light
ESPN The Magazine
Family Circle
Family Handyman
Field & Stream
Food Network Magazine
Good Housekeeping
Harper’s Bazaar
Homes & Gardens
Horse & Rider
Hot Rod
House Beautiful
Kiplinger’s Personal
Knitter’s Magazine
Ladies Home Journal
Marie Claire
Martha Stewart Living
Men’s Health
Mental floss
More Magazine
Mother Earth News
Mother Jones
Motor Trend
National Geographic
National Geographic Traveler
Natural Health
O The Oprah Magazine
Organic Gardening
Outdoor Life
PC Magazine Digital
Popular Mechanics
Popular Photography
Popular Science
Quilting Arts Magazine
Quilts & More
Readers Digest
Road & Track
Rolling Stone
Runners World
Scrapbooks Etc.
Smithsonian Magazine
Star Magazine
Successful Farming
Taste of Home
The Beer Connoisseur
Town & Country
Traditional Home
Truck Trend
Us Weekly
Utne Reader
Vegetarian Times
VIV Magazine
Weight Watchers
Western Living
Whole Living
Woman’s Day
Women’s Health
Woodworker’s Journal
Yoga Journal

VLS Press Release:

Viking Library System card holders now have access to over 100 popular magazine titles in digital format. Residents of the six-county region can sign up online with a Viking Library System library card to obtain an account and then immediately begin to download their favorite magazines. All magazines are in full color with all stories, pictures, charts, and advertising included. Some of the titles including National Geographic are interactive and include videos and activities.

Digital magazines can be read on any computer, tablet, or smart phone including Kindles and all Apple products. Account set-up requires Internet access, but downloaded magazines can be read offline at any time. Digital magazines provide easy portable access to many titles, and sometimes the only access to titles which no longer provide print editions.
The service includes simultaneous use, allowing an unlimited number of users to view the magazine at the same time. Every title can be kept as long as the user chooses; there are no due dates and no fines. The magazines can simply be deleted when no longer needed.

“Digital magazines offered without charge through public libraries are a very new service,” according to VLS Director, Peg Werner. “We are pleased that our member libraries will have this service available to their customers.”
Residents of Viking Library System, which includes the counties of Douglas, Grant, Otter Tail, Pope, Stevens, and Traverse, can get a library card in any of the VLS member libraries located in Browns Valley, Alexandria (Douglas County), Elbow Lake, Fergus Falls, Glenwood, Hancock, Morris, New York Mills, Pelican Rapids, Perham, and Wheaton or at any bookmobile stop.
Online sign-up for digital magazine access is available with a library card at www.viking.lib.mn.us/digitallibrary.html or by visiting your local library’s website.

Morris Public Library

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