streams thousands of award-winning films from festivals around the world.
eBooks and Audiobooks
Overdrive features popular fiction and nonfiction e-books and audiobooks.
Available for all devices, including Kindles. Log in using your library card number
and PIN. To get started, watch a
Enki features fiction and nonfiction titles from smaller and independent
publishers. The collection also includes nonfiction titles suitable for
elementary to high school level reports in the area of science, countries,
biographies, etc. Log in using your library card
number and PIN.
First Saturday eBook Help
Questions? The library offers assistance with Overdrive on the 1st Saturday of each month
between 1 and 3 pm in the Reference Room of the Main Library.
Be prepared with your:
- library card number and PIN
- Amazon account login and password, if using a Kindle or Kindle app
- Apple ID and password, if using an iPad, iPod or iPhone
Check out a Nook eReader
Nook eReaders are available for loan, each preloaded with current books
organized by genre. In addition, we have two eReaders that are accessible to
our blind patrons. Ask at the Circulation Desk.
Place a hold here or see what's available
For more information call the Circulation Desk at (831) 624-4629
Find More eBooks:
- Online picture books for kids.
- Free books that are in the public domain.
- work on just about any device: Nooks, Sony Readers, Android phones,
iPhones, iPads, iPod touch, and web browsers, but not Kindles. Some are free, some
have a charge.
- eBook search engine to find free eBooks and compare prices.
- Open Library
- Books can be read on-line, as ePubs for
your reading device, or as PDFs. Some are downloadable to Kindles. Many are
accessible to the sight-impaired through Daisy.
Find More Audiobooks:
- List of sites for free downloadable audiobooks.
- Free downloadable audiobooks. Both services feature titles that
are out of copyright, read by volunteers.