eBooks are digital versions of printed books that you can read on a computer or
handheld device, such as a Kindle, Nook, iPad, or tablet. Some sources for these
books are Overdrive and EBSCOHost; the library acquires these books from them for
you to download to your device to read them. We also subscribe to Tumblebooks,
which offers children’s ebooks. And there are sites, such as Project Gutenberg, that
offers free access to ebooks (primarily classics). Simply click on the icon for the
collection that you’d like to look at so you can see what titles are available, log in,
and then download the one you’d like to read to your device.