The Library building reopens with limited services on Monday, March 1, 2021. Full details below.
Flipster is a digital service that allows you to read some of your favorite magazines through the library – anytime, anywhere! Click here or on the Flipster logo above to get started.
Flipster offers an easy, browse-able reading experience. Think of it as an online newsstand – one of the benefits of your library card. Single magazine issues are expensive! Subscriptions pile up and need recycling. Not with Flipster!
It’s also easy to print a favorite recipe, picture, or article.
Click on the Flipster logo above to see the most recent issues, as well as a carousel of all issues allowing for quick access to magazines. The table of contents contains links for quick access to articles of interest and hotlinks within magazines are hyperlinked, opening in separate tabs when clicked. In addition, there is an option to zoom in and out for better readability.
You will need to type in your Patron ID (library barcode number) and PIN to gain access on your initial use of Flipster.
There is also a Flipster app for your phone or tablet. Go to your favorite app store for your phone or tablet. Look for “Flipster” and download the app. Select “Cook Memorial Library” and click the words “Library Card.” Enter your 14-digit barcode number and PIN and start reading!
If you get the message that you have been logged out, don’t worry! Ignore the request for a password and click the words “Library Card” underneath. Then enter your full library card number as before.
Magazines currently available on Flipster:
|The Advocate||Animal Wellness||The Atlantic|
|Birds & Blooms||Christian Century||Discover|
|Do-It-Yourself||Eating Well||Family Handyman|
|Fast Company||Food Network Magazine||Fur-Fish-Game|
|Good Housekeeping||Harrowsmith||HGTV Magazine|
|High Country News||Martha Stewart Living||McCall's Quilting|
|Men's Health||Mother Jones||Motor Trend|
|National Geographic||New Yorker||OK!|
|Rolling Stone||Star (US edition)||Us Weekly|
|The Week||Wired||Women's Health|
|Your Genealogy Today|