OneClickdigital brings exclusive Recorded Books eAudio titles together with an eBook service and access to the Great Courses Collection.
Check out eBooks and audiobooks within seconds, download to a computer, and transfer to a portable device, or download onto a mobile-device app (Apple, Android, Kindle Fire/HD/HDX, or Nook Color). Upon account creation you will be advised to download your preferred app.

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Zinio Magazines

The MCCS Library Program is now offering patrons access to digital versions of over 260 magazines. Zinio allows you to download popular magazines to your computer, tablet or mobile device! New magazines are being added every day! Please visit your installation library for access.

Popular Titles

Remember WW1

2017 marks the centennial of the United States of America entering WWI. To commemorate this momentous occasion, the MCCS Library Program has teamed up with Sister Service MWR Libraries to create the Remember WWI project. The project will run from March 2017 through Dec 2018. During that time, multiple topics will be explored both in person and online.
The Great War was to be the war to end all wars and it shaped a legacy in medicine, technology, geopolitically and socially.
The United States declared war on April 6, 1917, allying with England in their fight with the Austro-Hungarian empire.
Many current technologies and traditions got their start during the war. Everything from blood drives to air warfare to prosthesis. The Army, Navy and USMC MWR Library programs can track their own roots back to this conflict. The American Library Association oversaw the creation of libraries at the front, staffing and stocking them. The service members' need for professional and recreational reading was fulfilled by librarians delivering books to the military before they left the home front and while in combat. These efforts spurred the eventual creation of the MWR libraries.


Station Library
PSC Box 8009 (Building 298)
Marine Corps Air Station
Cherry Point, NC 28533-0009


Administration Office: 252-466-3532

Circulation Desk: 252-466-3552

Library Fax: 252-466-5402

Opening Hours

Monday-Friday: 0900-1900
Saturday & Sunday: 1200-1700

Closing Hours

Please see for posted holiday hours


E-Readers: Our collection of circulating E-readers consists of over 100 E-reader devices, spanning a variety of brands, including Kindle, Nook, and Sony. E-readers check out for 3 weeks at a time, and the library offers multiple venues for checking out E-books.

E-books: The library offers over 200,000 lendable e-book titles through a variety of sources, including Overdrive, EBSCO, Gale, Freading and eBrary.

Audiobooks: Our audiobook collection of over 3,500 titles consists mainly of unabridged fiction and nonfiction, and includes many titles from the Commandant's Reading List. Audiobooks are also available for downloadable lending through a variety of our digital services.

Music: Our collection of recorded music contains over 2,000 titles, across a variety of genres. The library also provides access to Freegal, which allows users to download and keep up to 3 free songs per week.

Fiction: The fiction collection consists of classics and popular fiction and contains more than 8,000 volumes.

Juvenile: Our juvenile collection of nearly 10,000 titles contains books and audiovisual materials for pre-school through young adult. The collection includes reference, general nonfiction, fiction, picture books, audiobooks, and magazines.

McNaughton: The adult lease collections contain current popular fiction and nonfiction. The lease collection is shelved separately from the general collection, and normally consists of close to 1,500 titles.

Nonfiction: Our nonfiction collection of over 10,000 volumes is general in nature, with a concentration of military science, business, and history. Biographies are included in this collection, and are shelved in the 920s.

Magazines: The library has a small collection of general-interest magazines with additional professional and technical periodicals for military personnel.

Professional Military Collection: The professional military collection (Commandant Marine Corps, Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps, and 1st Lady of the Marine Corps) is comprised of fiction and general nonfiction books and audiobooks. These collections are shelved separate from the rest of the collection, and we have several preloaded E-readers with titles from each of these lists.

Reference: The library's general reference collection of over 1,000 volumes includes substantial works of military science, business, and history.

Video: The video collection of over 5,500 titles contains a selection of feature films, movies based on books, nonfiction, and self-instruction videos. The collection includes a large section of military history documentaries, and many film classics listed in the National Film Registry.


Circulation: Books, audiobooks, videos, E-readers, and portable DVD players are circulated. We provide a holds service for bestsellers and other popular books. If you need a book or magazine article not held by our library, we will try to obtain it for you from another library. Interlibrary loan books are circulated through our circulation system. We also offer a variety of sources for lendable e-books, e-audiobooks, and music.

Children's Story Hour: The library presents a weekly story time; call 466-3552 for details. We also offer a summer reading program annually for all ages.

Computers: The library offers 9 desktop computers with free internet access, printing, and scanning capabilities. We also have 25 laptops, and 30 iPads available for in house library use. Our children's area has 7 early learning stations, loaded with educational games for children.

Study Room: The library has a study room which may be reserved for quiet studying and small group meetings. The room has audio/visual equipment available. Call 466-3552 for details.

Fax Service: The library can send or receive faxes for the public.

Photocopies: A self-service photocopier is available free of charge, up to 10 pages. If you need to copy over 10 pages, we ask that you bring in your own paper.

Printing: The library offers free black and white and color printing up to 10 pages. If you need to print more than 10 pages, we ask that you bring in your own paper.

United Through Reading®: Your Station Library is now a United Through Reading® recording site. United Through Reading® is a nonprofit organization founded in 1989 that unites military families facing physical separation by facilitating the bonding experience of reading aloud together.

United Through Reading® provides a meaningful opportunity for powerful emotional connections that help relieve the stress of separation by having deploying service members read aloud to children via DVD. While many deployed service members do have access to Skype and other communication services, this program provides for those times when your children are missing you and you can't call them, they will have something to watch at bedtime, or anytime.