Being bored and stuck indoors means two things. You're probably lounging in your PJs at noon and already binge-watched all of your favorite TV series on Netflix. If you're looking for some creative entertainment, we've got you covered. Did you know that you can rent endless free books and movies with this Los Angeles virtual library card?

Although the website says the card is for LA residents only, Narcity filled out the form and successfully obtained a digital card from another location. You can get one here.

While the physical Los Angeles County libraries are temporarily closed for Coronavirus precautions, they're still allowing patrons to (virtually) check out with some pretty cool items.

So whether you're cozied up on the couch or still in bed, you have plenty of options to cure that cabin fever.

You can download ebooks, audiobooks, documentaries, magazines, and even take free online classes if you want.

Who's down to cook up a new recipe or learn a different language? Some of the self-paced courses offer Spanish, Mandarin, and Arabic courses.

Do you want to know one of the coolest features of the virtual library card? It provides free online tutors for kindergarten through college students and adult learners.

The topics covered include everything from math to science, resumes, essays, GED testing, and more.

It is important to note that these virtual library cards last for 90 days and do not allow you to place a hold on any physical items at the libraries.

All in all, this is a fun and free way to stay entertained and learn a little too!

While you're on the web, you should also check out the Aquarium of the Pacific's live animal cam.

It will bring adorable marine life right into your house. Plus, you can watch 24-7 footage of penguins doing cute things.

Los Angeles County Library

Price: Free (virtual card)

Why You Need It: You can rent endless free books and movies with this virtual library card.

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