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Which libraries provide Total Boox to their patrons?

Please see the contact list below or go to your local library for help. These libraries provide our service:

  • Anythink Libraries: call 303-288-2001.

    Click here to recover your PIN with your Anythink Card Number.

    Click here to get a library card.

  • Benicia Public Library: call 707-746-4343.

    Click here for e-card application.

  • Brazoria County Library System: call 979-864-1505 for assistence.

    Click here to recover your password.

    Click here to learn how to get a library card.

  • Burlingame Public Library: call 650-558-7200.

    Click here for contact information.

  • Daly City Public Library: call 650-991-8023.

    Click here for more information.

  • The Ferguson Library: call 203-964-1000. If you have a problem accessing your account please call the circulation desk, 203-351-8261.

    Use your barcode to reset your pin here.

    Click here to learn how to obtain a library card.

  • Huntington Beach Public Library: call 714-842-4481.

    Click here for more information.

  • Irwindale Public Library: call 626-430-2229.

    Click here for more information.

  • State Library of Kansas: call 785-296-3296. Kansas residents can use their Kansas eCard with Total Boox. Hint: your password is your date of birth.

    Click here for more information.

  • Livingston County: call 270-928-4100.

    Click here for library card policy.

  • Los Gatos Public Library: call 408-354-6891.

    Click here for online registration, or stop by the circulation desk the next time you're in the library.

  • Meherrin Regional Library: call 434-848-6899.

    Click here for the website.

  • Menlo Park Public Library: call 650-330-2500.

    Click here to apply for a library card.

  • Napa County Public Library: call 707-253-4241.

    Click here for e-card application.

  • Oakland Public Library: call 510-238-3134.

    Click here to get a library card.

  • Palo Alto Public Library: call 650-329-2436.

    If you need any further assistance, please contact the library at librarydigitalbooks@cityofpaloalto.

  • Palos Verdes Public Library: call 310-377-9584, ext. 602.

    Click here for online registration.

  • Pleasanton Public Library: call 925-931-3400.

    Click here for login support.

  • Redwood City Public Library: call 650-780-7018.

    Click here to get a library card.

  • San Bruno Public Library: call 650-616-7078.

    Click here for more information.

  • San Francisco Public Library: call 415-557-4400.

    Click here to get a library card.

  • San Jose Public Library: call 408-808-2000.

    Click here to get a library card.

  • San Mateo City Public Library: call 650-522-7800.

    Click here to get a library card.

  • San Mateo County Community College District: Skyline College, Canada College, College of San Mateo: call 650-574-6550.

    Click here for further information.

  • San Mateo County Library: call 650-328-2422.

    Click here to get a library card.

  • Santa Clara City Public Library: call 408-615-2970.

    Click here for support.

  • Santa Cruz Public Library: call 831-427-7702.

    Click here for the branches directory.

  • South San Francisco Public Library: call 650-877-8530.

    Click here for more information.

  • Suffolk Public Library: call 757-514-7323.

    Click here to get a library card.

  • Sunnyvale Public Library: call 408-730-7300.

    Click here for library directory.

  • Public Libraries in Texas, supported by the Tocker Foundation:

    Archer Public Library (tel.: 940-574-4954)
    Decature Public Library (tel.: 940-393-0290)
    Justin Public Library (tel.: 940-648-3649)

  • Wyoming State Library

    Click here to recover your PIN. Click here for further assistance.

  • Williamson County Public Library: call 615-595-1250.

    Click here to request a PIN.

    Click here to register online.

  • Westchester Library System: call 914-674-3600.

    Hint: your default PIN is the last 4 digits of your phone number, or the first 4 letters of your last name. You may also click here to recover your PIN.

    To register, click here for a list of member libraries.

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How can I get a library card?

Please see the contact list or go to your local library for help.

How can I recover my library card number, password or PIN?

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How Does It Work?

How does Total Boox work?

Total Boox offers a new model for reading, with no holds, no expirations, no limitations, no fines. Download as many ebooks as you want from our catalog of 50,000 ebooks, and keep them as long as you want. You never have to return them, and they never disappear from your device.

Where do you get your books?

We get our books from over thirty established publishers, including Lonely Planet, Berlitz, Workman, Algonquin, New World Library, Sourcebooks, Other Press, Red Wheel/Weiser, De Gruyter, O’Reilly, Berrett-Koehler, Elsevier, and F+W Media. Many more are on the horizon. New titles are added each week.

Can I read offline?

Yes. Our ebooks are downloaded to your device, so you can read them offline. You need to be online only when you first download a book.

How do you protect my privacy?

We do not share information about your reading activities and interests with third parties. We use technological methods including encryption to secure your data.

What happens if I change to a different device?

You can continue reading on the new device. When you install our app on the new device, the app will automatically download your books to it.

Enjoy Reading

Is Total Boox free?

Total Boox is free to patrons of subscribing libraries.

Do you have a video that shows me how to use Total Boox?

Yes, and you can watch it in our youtube page.

How do I download ebooks from Total Boox?

If you are using an iPad or iPad mini, go to totalboox.com in the Safari browser, and then log in with your library card number and password.

What are reading shelves and how do I use them?

Reading shelves are collections of titles created by readers, publishers, and librarians (e.g., gluten-free diets; how to start your own business; beach reads; great adventures, etc.). You can create your own shelves. They will be private unless you choose to share them. If you share a shelf, then everyone can see it.

Why can’t I find the book I’m looking for?

If you cannot find a specific title in our collection, then either we do not have the book or you are not searching for it correctly. You can search by author, title or subject. If you would like to suggest a purchase, feel free to contact us.

I want to use Total Boox, but my library does not offer your service. How can I get them to provide it for me?

Please go to your library and refer them to our website. They can email info@totalboox.com to contact us.