What do I need to get started with e-books?

The following vendors provide e-books:

OverDriveFreading
 Boundless Logo 
hoopla

Questions? We can help!

Begin with…

Adobe Digital Editions

Download this free software to read e-books on your computer or to transfer e-books to your supported e-reader.

An E-reader

Library e-books are compatible with devices that support the ePub, PDF, and Kindle formats.

A Tablet or Smartphone

You can read library e-books on your tablet or smartphone through the apps listed below.

See it in Action

Watch a brief video about using OverDrive, our short but informative Freading tutorial, and our playlist of videos for checking out and returning Axis 360 e-books.

Get the apps!

These apps allow you to read e-books from the Library on your tablet or smartphone.

Axis 360
iPhone, iPod, or iPad | Android | Windows | Kindle Fire

cloudLibrary
iPhone, iPod, or iPad | Android | Windows | Kindle Fire | Nook | Chrome | Mac OS

Freading
iPhone, iPod, or iPad | Android

Libby, by OverDrive
iPhone, iPod, or iPad | Android

hoopla
iPhone, iPod, or iPad | Android | Kindle Fire HDX

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