eBooks, Audiobooks, & More
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eBooks at Your Fingertips
The Library offers eBooks in EPUB, PDF, Blio and Kindle formats. Patrons with personal computers and Internet access can download and read over 5,700 eBooks and almost 5,000 audiobooks titles on their computers from home, or directly download to iPhone/iPad, Android devices for reading on the go. They can also be transferred to eReader devices such as the Nook and Kindle. Choose to use eBooks for 7, 14, or 21 days and they automatically expire so there are never any overdue notices or late fees to worry about.Discover All Our eBook Services or get started with Overdrive or Axis 360.
Get Audiobooks Anywhere
Your library card provides access to thousands of popular audiobooks that can be checked out, downloaded, and enjoyed from home at any time. Our Digital Media Collection includes almost 5,000 titles from best-selling authors; self-improvement, biography, and other popular nonﬁ ction titles; and classic literature.Learn More About Downloading Audiobooks or Start Searching Overdrive
Free Downloadable Music
Freegal is a downloadable music service provided by the Palm Beach County Public Library. The collection has music from over 10,000 labels with music from over 60 countries. Each Palm Beach County Library System card holder can download five music tracks per week. There is no software to download, there are no digital rights management (DRM) restrictions, and the tracks never expire.Learn More About Freegal or Start Downloading
Hoopla is a digital media service that allows you to borrow free videos, music and audiobooks from home or anywhere you have an Internet connection. Thousands of movies, television shows, audiobooks and music albums are available to borrow and instantly stream on a tablet, smartphone or computer.Learn More About hoopla or Start Streaming
Magazines & Newspapers
Locate all of the library’s magazines, journals, newslett ers and other serials. Resources are listed whether they are in print at your library branch, or available in full-text in an electronic database that you can access using your library card.Start Searching