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Login to Minuteman's Overdrive catalog: http://digital.minlib.net
Overdrive Ebooks and audiobooks can be downloaded to a variety of devices. Detailed instructions can be found below:
Help from OverDrive: Try the Search Help box to find an answer to a specific question!
OverDrive Help Videos: Video tutorials that show you how to borrow e-books and e-audiobooks on a variety of devices.
Get Help with the OverDrive App, for Adobe Digital Editions, Android, Blackberry, iOS, Kindle, Kobo, Nook, Sony Reader WiFi, Windows Phone
OverDrive.com and your OverDrive account - By signing up for a free OverDrive account, you can take advantage of some special features, including syncing your progress and bookmarks over multiple devices.
For the Kindle Fire scroll down to next the next section.
You can return a Kindle book early through your Amazon account:
OverDrive Media Console for Android is available to Kindle Fire users in the Amazon App Store for Android. This is the recommended method, as you will have access to more ebook titles as well as MP3 audiobooks.
Amazon Kindle FreeTime is a free feature available on Kindle Fire tablets that enables parents to limit their child’s screen time or restrict certain categories in a personalized, kid-friendly environment. eBooks borrowed in the Kindle format may be added to FreeTime profiles by following these instructions.
Stuck on something in downloading e-books to your device or computer?
One-on-one training with a reference librarian is available Tuesday nights, Wednesday afternoons, or Friday mornings.Please call the Reference Desk at 978-897-1010 x103 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to set up an appointment.
Other Sources of Free Books
Project Gutenberg has 38,000 ebooks in Kindle and epub formats. These books are free to download in the U.S. because their copyright has expired. Search the Gutenberg catalog.
LibriVox has an audiobook collection of more than 4,000 unabridged classics in the public domain. Read by volunteers (you can be one, too), they can be played on your computer, MP3 player, cellphone, or burned to a CD. Search the LibriVox catalog.