Our digital collection is growing! Starting today, January 27, 2021 we are now offering hoopla flex borrows as a supplement to our current hoopla digital offerings! This includes New York Times Bestselling titles like Where the Crawdads SingThe Vanishing Half, The Guest List, and the Bridgerton Collection. Look below to learn more.

What is a hoopla Flex Borrow?

In addition to the 10 hoopla Instant borrows you receive each month with your Library card, you now have hoopla Flex borrows you can use on specially marked hoopla Flex eBooks and Audiobooks.

With hoopla Flex titles you will find thousands of new and popular books that you can borrow now or place on hold to read later. If you ever run out of hoopla Flex borrows, you can always return a checked out Flex item and select a new one. Don’t forget to check your holds on hoopla. Your holds will expire in 48 hours. Basically it works like WVDELI, just within the hoopla digital app.

What is the difference between a hoopla Flex Borrow and a hoopla Instant Borrow?

Unlike the 10 hoopla Instant Borrows you receive each month, hoopla Flex Borrows don’t have any monthly expirations. Each hoopla Flex title you Borrow is available for 21 days and if you run out of Flex Borrows, you can just return a checked out Flex item and borrow another title. Don’t forget to check your holds on hoopla. Your holds will expire in 48 hours.

New to hoopla? Get Started Today!

If you aren’t familiar with hoopla, you can Read, Watch, and Listen to more than 950,000 eBooks, audiobooks, comics, movies, music, or television titles available to stream or download.

You can sign up for hoopla with your library card at hoopladigital.com and download the hoopla app from your favorite app store.

Library card Sign Up

If you don’t yet have a MCPLS library card, you can either stop by one of our branches with your State of WV photo ID for instant access, or fill out a library card application through the Marion County Public Library mobile app. Applications received through the mobile app will be processed virtually and a library card will be mailed to your home.