We have over 45,000 holdings in books, audiobooks and videos. New titles in each category are added every month–explore them in our "Lists" area.
Our library is organized into three main collections/areas: adult, young adult and juvenile. We have book, graphic novel, audiobook and video holdings in each collection.
We have a robust children's program headed by our Children's Librarian with programs for babies, toddlers, elementary and teen-age groups as well as activities for families. Among these are storytimes, playtimes, games, crafting and special presentations like wild animal shows and firetruck tours.
The Glenn County Office of Education Adult Literacy Program offers free tutoring each week at the library. Two tutors are here on Mondays from 3-5pm in the Meeting Room to help anyone of any age with reading and more. Contact Brian Berry at (530) 865-1267 x4777 to set up an appointment.
Computers, WiFi, Printing & Scanning
You can search the Internet, email, print and more at our public computer stations. We also offer free wifi in the library for your mobile devices. Or check out Chromebooks and mobile hotspot devices so you can get connected in your favorite corner of the library or at home. The library also houses a public black and white photocopy machine.
Internet connections in rural areas can be unreliable or nonexistent. That’s why we offer kits of a Chromebook, hotspot device, mouse, headset and Flash drive in a convenient carrying case so you can grab and go to work or get your homework done. If you are a local business owner looking to offer free wifi to your customers, please contact us.
Our special collections contains local history, local authors and Orland newspaper archives (available on microfilm and a certain bound selection of years in print).
We have a dedicated microfilm computer station with state-of-the-art software that will allow printing and attaching articles and photos to send via email. Ask our staff how to get started.
California’s Library Services for People with Print Disabilities webpage, in association with the Library of Congress, provides free Braille and audio books, magazines and playback equipment to all eligible Californians unable to read standard print. Find your local braille and talking book library and sign up for free library service.
Online Library Catalog
Our online catalog allows you to search our holdings from anywhere you can connect to the Internet. You can use advanced search features to hone in on your item, login to your account and see our newest additions in "Lists."
Your Online Library Account
When you create a library card with us, an online account is created where you can login to renew items, request holds and access e-books, e-magazines and digital audiobooks.
E-Books, E-Magazines & Digital Audiobooks
Through the NorthNet Library System OverDrive website and the Palace app you can borrow these digital resources just as you would books or CDs in the library. You can also take these items "to-go" on your mobile device(s) by downloading the Libby or Palace App.
enkilibrary.org is the first statewide eBook platform created by libraries for libraries. enki provides library subscribers with a turnkey, ready-made, librarian-curated collection of over 70,000 ebook titles in popular fiction and nonfiction genres. Read online or download and open in Adobe Digital Editions on desktop, laptop or tablets and phones.
We offer many online job training and career education resources such as Skillshare, Coursera, LinkedIn Learning. You'll also find local job listings and tutorial video on basic skills for applying to jobs online.
We also offer resources specific for grades PreK-12 like encyclopedias, 3D interactive science models, National Geographic Kids and more. You'll also find recommendations and printables for continuing education at home.