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Apples Never Fall

Apples Never Fall

Liane Moriarty
The Love Songs of W.E.B. Du Bois

The Love Songs of W.E.B. Du Bois

Honorée Fanonne Jeffers
Beautiful World, Where Are You

Beautiful World, Where Are You

Sally Rooney
Harlem Shuffle

Harlem Shuffle

Colson Whitehead
A Woman of Intelligence

A Woman of Intelligence

Karin Tanabe
Together We Will Go

Together We Will Go

J. Michael Straczynski
Labelle Cuisine

Labelle Cuisine

Patti LaBelle
The Afghanistan Papers

The Afghanistan Papers

Craig Whitlock
The Antisocial Network

The Antisocial Network

Ben Mezrich
How To Talk When Kids Won't Listen

How To Talk When Kids Won't Listen

Joanna Faber
Real Estate

Real Estate

Deborah Levy
Redeeming Justice

Redeeming Justice

Jarrett Adams
Lovecraft Country. the Complete First Season

Lovecraft Country. the Complete First Season

The Virtuoso

The Virtuoso

Star Trek, Lower Decks. Season One

Star Trek, Lower Decks. Season One

The Father

The Father

Finding Your Roots. Season 6

Finding Your Roots. Season 6

The Paper Tigers

The Paper Tigers

Largo PéTalo De Mar

Largo PéTalo De Mar

Isabel Allende
MáS Allá

MáS Allá

Julia Alvarez
A Lot Like Adios

A Lot Like Adios

Alexis Daria
No Soy Lizzy Bennett

No Soy Lizzy Bennett

José de la Rosa
Decoding "Despacito"

Decoding "Despacito"

Leila Cobo
Yo Cocino Latino

Yo Cocino Latino

Verónica Cervera
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Marina Interlibrary Loan


Search and submit requests public libraries across Maryland for books, articles, and other materials, including audio/visual formats, musical scores, and microfilm.

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Teen Library of Things


Get creative and learn new skills without the price tag! Use your library card to check out equipment from coding robots to sewing machines with the Pratt Library of Things collection.

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Computer & Internet Devices


With a Pratt Library card, you can borrow computer and internet devices like Chromebooks, tablets, and mobile hotspots to get online from the comfort of your home.

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Get a Pratt Library Card

Maryland residents can now apply online for an eCard that allows access to all of Enoch Pratt Free Library’s digital resources including eBooks, streaming media, and databases. It’s easier than ever to get a Pratt Library card! We have loosened restrictions to getting a card to access our resources. Anyone who lives or owns property in Maryland is eligible for a free library card.

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OverDrive & Libby


Download popular eBooks, audiobooks, and more for all ages, including digital magazines formerly included in RBdidgital.

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Kanopy


Your Pratt Library card gives you access to a large, curated catalog of educational, entertaining, and enriching films for adults, teens, and kids.

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Hoopla Digital


Use your Pratt Library card to borrow free movies, music, eBooks, comics, and TV shows with Hoopla.

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PressReader


Download the PressReader app or read online to find current issues of over 7,000 newspapers and magazines, including the Baltimore Sun.

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Bmore Podcast - Raguel Broy
free TO BMORE PODCAST Newest Episode — September 2021

Raguel Broy, Baltimore City Health Dept.

There’s a new push to transform Baltimore into a Healing City. And it starts with the city’s approach to trauma. In this episode of the Free to Bmore podcast, Raguel Broy, Director of Trauma and Training Services talks about the impact she hopes this has on Baltimore.

Live From the Pratt

Listen to authors, speakers, and musicians with the Live From The Pratt podcast.

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Government Documents

Browse a collection of documents from all State agencies covering subjects of interest to consumers and researchers alike.

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Digital Maryland Collections

Digital Maryland provides free online access to digital versions of rare and unique materials, including historical maps, photographs, reports, books, manuscripts, artwork, and other media. Explore digital collections from libraries, museums, archives, and other institutions throughout Maryland.

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