Download e-books and e-audiobooks from Overdrive – Bestselling fiction and nonfiction; adult and children’s titles.
For more OverDrive books, visit the Free Library of Philadelphia (requires a free card from the Free Library of Philadelphia).
Stream and download music albums, audiobooks, e-books and comics. Titles are always available.
If the audiobook title you want in OverDrive has holds, check hoopla. These titles are instantly available.
Download always available e-books from Freading – romance and more; never wait in line for a copy!
Download e-books from EBSCOHost – Great variety, including helpful nonfiction, popular fiction and children’s books.
View animated, talking children's e-books from Tumblebooks
BookFlix combines classic fictional storybooks with similarly themed nonfiction e-books to make reading more engaging.
Information from Magill’s Medical Guide on everything from acupuncture to zoonoses.
Entire reference books, including great events and lives in history, religious and African American historical documents.
Download public domain e-books from Project Gutenberg – Classics, both well known and obscure.
A portion of this collection is funded by a gift from the estate of Henry and Dottie Swartz.
E-books, E-audiobooks & Music
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How to Use Hoopla
OverDrive Digital Device Compatibility
OverDrive Media Console app
Freading apps for Apple and Android
Download Adobe Digital Editions
You can now recommend that the library purchase e-book and e-audiobook titles within the OverDrive site. Click on “Additional Titles to Recommend” when browsing by genre/format.
Before recommending audiobooks in OverDrive, please check Hoopla. They have many titles that OverDrive has, and they are instantly available.
You can now check out e-audiobooks for 21 days. This is the default loan period. If you prefer a 14-day loan period, you can change it in 'Settings' in your your OverDrive account.
Learn how to make the most of The Library’s free e-book and e-audiobook services. A volunteer can help you access the digital library on your device, download needed software, demonstrate the download process, and assist with equipment and setup process.
Volunteers are available at East Shore Area Library Tuesdays from 10-12 p.m. and Wednesdays from 5-7 p.m. No registration is needed!
Are you willing to teach others how to use their e-readers?Email email@example.com for more information on becoming an "e-reader support" volunteer.
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