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eBooks and eAudiobooks

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Downloadable Audio Books (via OneClick Digital)

An all-new, easy-to-use platform for downloading audiobooks brought to you by Recorded Books, LLC. Titles are all iPod and Windows compatible.

Small-A-EWashington Anytime Library (via Overdrive)

Check out and download ebooks for Kindle or Adobe-enabled eReader devices, as well as eAudiobooks for your MP3 device. Confused? See the overview or browse the help files. You can also check out our easy Guide to Using Overdrive .

Why aren't there more ebooks?

Zinio

Online magazines brought to you by RBdigital. The library subscribes to 26 different online magazines, including: Alaska, American Patchwork & Quilting, Bicycling, Discover, Horse & Rider, PCWorld, Prevention, Rock & Gem, Rolling Stone, Successful Farming, Taste of Home, and more.  These online magazines are in addition to the print magazines already offered in the library. Every time a new issue is available, you will receive an email notification.  Digital magazines are also available for iPad, iPhone, and Android Mobile users. You may view the complete list when you sign up or contact the library. For information on how to sign up, please view the Zinio User Guide.

Project Gutenberg

"Project Gutenberg is the first and largest single collection of free electronic books, or eBooks in the public domain." Browse from over 20,000 different works spanning literature's history.

Many Books.net

Free eBooks for your PDA, iPod or ebook reader

Alex Catalogue

Collection of public domain documents from American and English literature as well as Western philosophy.

The Online Books Page

Over 18,000 listings by author, titles, subjects serials.

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Online public domain ebooks.

Simply Washington

A free, downloadable eBook in .pdf format. Courtesy of the Washington State Library.

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