Library2Go Oregon Digital Library Consortium – all ages

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Your Hood River County Library District card gives you free access to thousands of e-books and e-audiobooks for all ages, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

With OverDrive, you can check out up to 6 books at a time for up to three weeks. You can renew your books 1 time if no one is on the waiting list. Best of all, there is nothing to physically return to the library – the item returns itself!

To get started, tablet and smartphone users will need to download the Libby app from their device’s app store. Older devices and Kindle Fires may need to use the OverDrive app instead. Both apps feature the same content. You can search, check out, and read or listen to e-books within either app.

If you want to read e-books and e-audiobooks on your computer, or if your device does not support apps, consult the OverDrive Getting Started guide for directions on how to set up your specific device. Please email info@hoodriverlibrary.org if you need assistance. We can schedule a phone appointment to assist you. Tutorial for Libby app.


Audiobooks for all ages
  • AudioBookCloud: Your Online Audio Library – is an online audio book library collection. Enjoy unlimited streaming access to the entire collection. No downloads. No software. No holds. No waiting periods. Unlimited access to all the books, all the time. Just click and listen.

TumbleBooks ebooks and audiobooks for kids and teens
  • TumbleBookLibrary: Features thousands of professionally published picture books, graphic novels, chLogo for and link to information on TumbleBook Libraryapter books, videos, games, music and more for kids in grades K-6. The picture books in particular are loads of fun — they’ve been spruced up with simple Reading Rainbow-style animations and sound effect. If your child isn’t reading on their own yet, it will even read books out loud to them!
  • TumbleMath: Math textbooks and learning resources for kids in grades K-6.
  • TeenBookCloud: Middle grade and YA novels, commonly-assigned classics (including AP English selections), videos, and audiobooks for teens and preteens in grades 6-12.

All of these sites may be accessed for free via the links above.


TumbleBooks ebooks for adults

www.RomanceBookCloud.com – a huge collection of Romance novels for adults!

 


Other resources for book lovers:

LibraryThing
A social networking website for book lovers that lets you create, store, share, and personalize your very own library catalog and book lists.

Oregon Authors
Provides a wealth of information and resources about authors living in and important to Oregon.

What’s Next Database
Are you reading a great series and are wondering which book comes next? Find out with this valuable resource.

Feedbooks
Discover thousands of freely-available public domain and original e-books from new authors that you can read on your computer or mobile devices.

Google Book Search
Searches the text of books that Google has scanned from publishers and libraries around the world. Includes literally millions of titles, many of which can be viewed or downloaded in full for free.

ManyBooks
Thousands of free e-books, pre-formatted for reading on your computer, smartphone, mp3 player, or e-reader.

Project Gutenberg
Project Gutenberg is a volunteer effort to digitize and archive cultural works, to “encourage the creation and distribution of e-Books.” Most of the items in this collection are the full texts of freely-available public domain books.