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OverdriveWhat is The Washington Post?

The Washington Post is an American daily newspaper published in Washington, D.C. It is the most-widely circulated newspaper within the Washington metropolitan area, and has a large national audience.

Now, your Bloomfield Township Public Library card now allows you access to the Washington Post online. Here’s how to start:

Getting Started

Inside the library

That’s it! You can now access all of the Washington Post online while connected to the library’s WiFi, with no cap on number of articles viewed.

Outside of the library

  • Click here to get started with The Washington Post.
  • Enter your library card number.
  • If you already have a washingtonpost.com account, click “Log In”.
  • If you do not have an account, enter your email address and create a strong password.
  • You now have a 7 day pass that allows you unlimited access to the Washington Post online.

After 7 days have passed, you may renew your offsite access to washingtonpost.com by clicking the link in step 1 above and signing in to your account again.


Reading Today’s Paper

Once you create an account and are logged in, you will have unlimited access for 7 days. To read today’s edition of the Washington Post, scroll to the bottom of the page and click the “Today’s Paper” link on the left-hand side under “About Us.”

Additional Help

If you have questions or need additional help, please call us at 248-642-5800 or email us at askadult@btpl.org.