Hackley Public Library offers downloadable eAudiobooks through Overdrive to Hackley Library card holders.
Overdrive To use Overdrive, either find a book in the library's catalog, or go directly to the Overdrive site. You do not need to register in the library, but you will need to have your library card handy. You will also need to download the Overdrive Media Console before downloading a book. Find a book, follow the directions, and happy reading! Overdrive does have a very nice slide presentation on their product. Look for it under Help.
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- Search for e-books From Librarian chick. Search for free audio, text, and e-books. (LIB)
- Project Gutenberg Audio Books
- LibriVox provides totally free audiobooks from the public domain.
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- LoudLit.org “LoudLit.org is committed to delivering public domain literature paired with high quality audio performances. We pair together great literature and accompanying audio.” (IRN)
- Open Culture Audiobook Podcast Collection - Free Audiobooks (WIL)
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