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Overdrive eBooks, eAudiobooks, and Magazines

Overdrive audiobooks and ebooks

Downloadable audiobooks, eBooks, and magazines that you can read on your computer or electronic device including Nook, Kindle, and iPad. Mobile apps available for most popular devices. Find help getting started with the Libby app here.

Our collection has over 20,000 eBooks for adults, teens, and kids, and over 14,000 audiobooks for all ages; you can check out up to 6 items at a time, and have 6 items on hold.

Magzter Library magazines

Magzter Library magazines

Magzter, the world's largest digital newsstand with thousands of magazines and newspapers in its catalogue, gives library users access to best-selling magazines and newspapers from any part of the world.

Freegal Music MP3s


Freegal is a downloadable and streaming music service that offers access to about 3 million songs, including Sony Music’s catalog of legendary artists.

The collection is comprised of music and spoken word files from over 10,000 labels with music that originates in over 60 countries, as well as hundreds of authentic famous speeches, audiobooks, standup comedy, and radio plays.

You are allowed three free downloads per week, and three hours of streaming a day. Mobile apps available.



Kanopy is the best video streaming service for quality, thoughtful entertainment. Find movies, documentaries, foreign films, classic cinema, independent films and educational videos that inspire, enrich and entertain. We partner with public libraries to bring you an ad-free experience that can be enjoyed on your TV, mobile phones, tablets and online.

Project Gutenberg public domain ebooks

Project Gutenberg

Project Gutenberg offers over 46,000 free ebooks of works which are in the public domain (that is, no longer under copyright). Choose among epub books, Kindle books, and PDF books; download them or read them online. The link provided is for the Most Downloaded Books page. There is also a Gutenberg mobile site.

There are three portions of the Project Gutenberg Library, basically described as:

  • Light Literature; such as Alice in Wonderland, Agatha Christie mysteries, Sherlock Holmes, Anne of Green Gables, Peter Pan, Little Women, etc.
  • Heavy Literature; such as the Bible or other religious documents, Shakespeare, Moby Dick, Paradise Lost, War and Peace, Les Miserables, etc.
  • References; such as Roget's Thesaurus, almanacs, and a set of encyclopedia, dictionaries, etc.