Get eBooks, eAudiobooks, & Digital Magazines

Looking for eBooks, eAudiobooks, magazines, and other media
you can download to your PC or mobile device? 
You've come to the right place!

 

Go to Axis360
Axis360 is compatible with the following devices:     Windows PC Mac Android iOS Kindle Fire/HD Nook

Go to OverDrive
OverDrive is compatible with the following devices:    Windows PC Mac Android iOS Kindle eReaders and Fire Kindle Fire/HD Nook

 

Go to RBDigital & Zinio
Zinio is compatible with the following devices:    Windows PCMacAndroid iOS Kindle Fire/HD Nook

 

Go to TumbleBooks  Get TumbleBooks

Animated, talking books for ages 3-10, read fluently in English and other languages. Fun puzzles & games ensure reading comprehension!
TumbleBooks are compatible with the following devices:  Windows PCMacAndroid iOS Kindle Fire/HD Nook

 

Device Axis360 OverDrive Zinio Tumblebooks

iPad/iPhone Yes Yes Yes Yes

Kindle eReader No Yes No No

Kindle Fire/HD Yes Yes Yes Yes

Nook eReader Yes Yes No No

Nook Tablet Yes (Acoustik+Blio) Yes Yes Yes


Don't see a title you want in our collection?  Use our Suggest a Title form or see a staff member.


If you have any questions about the library's online resources, please e-mail ask@pamunkeylibrary.org or see a staff member.

 

How-to Flyers & More |Recommended Web Sites

 

eBooks How-to Flyers, Videos & More

 

You may need to download Adobe Reader to read these flyers on your computer.

OverDrive

  • Get your computer ready for OverDrive - How to get your computer ready to use OverDrive with Adobe Digital Editions and your Adobe ID. (.pdf)
  • Kindle - How to get your library eBook on your Kindle. (.pdf)
  • eReader - How to get the eBook you downloaded from OverDrive to your eReader. (.pdf)
  • Nook (for Nook 1st Edition and Simple Touch) - How to get the eBook you downloaded from OverDrive to your Nook using Adobe Digital Editions. (.pdf)
  • Nook 2 (for Nook Color, HD/HD+, and Tablet) - How to get the eBook you downloaded from OverDrive to your Nook using the OverDrive app from B&N. (.pdf)
  • Personal Media Players - How to get the audiobook you downloaded from OverDrive to your media/mp3 player. (.pdf)
  • OverDrive app - Tips on how to use the OverDrive app on your smartphone or tablet computer. (.pdf)
Axis360

Customer Tech Support Contacts

These are support sites for selected eReaders.  If your eReader isn't listed, e-mail ask@pamunkeylibrary.org.

  • Aluratek - Fill out the form or search the knowledge base.
  • Amazon - Fill out the form and choose how you'd like to interact with Amazon.
  • Apple – Different ways to contact Apple depending on your device.
  • Barnes & Noble - User guides for all Nooks, frequently asked questions and a phone number.
  • iriver - Phone number, email, frequently asked questions and "Ask Andrew."
  • Kobo - Phone number, email and frequently asked questions.
  • Sony eSupport

How-to Video Playlists

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Recommended Web Sites

 

Free eBooks on the Web

  • Bartleby publishes thousands of free online classics of reference, literature and nonfiction.
  • Internet Archive has many e-book titles available in American Libraries, Project Gutenberg, and several other sub-collections.  Check out the IA project Open Library, too.
  • Google Books lets you search for a title or author or keywords.  Books that are available for download will be marked with a "Full View" link.  There are reference pages for every book so you can quickly find book reviews, web references, maps and more!  Try out our Virginiana or Microfilm Bookshelves to see Google Books in action.
  • Baen Free Library, from Baen Books, a well-known publisher of fantasy and sci-fi books, is making available 100+ of its titles in electronic format for free.  You can read these titles online or download the books in one of several formats, with no conditions or strings attached.  If you have a mobile device with the OverDrive app, you can download EPUB formatted titles directly to the app.
  • Barnes & Noble Free e-books offers around 100 free e-book titles available for download at any one time.  Genres range from romance to sci-fi, horror and more!Free registration is required.
  • O'Reilly Open Books has technical and computer-related books free for download.
  • Rare Book Room is an educational site with some of the great books of the world's libraries.  These digitized books (about 400 in all) are presented in a medium to medium-high resolution and range over a wide variety of topics and rarity.

Free eAudiobooks on the Web

  • Internet Archive Audio Books & Poetry lets you listen to free audio books and poetry recordings! This library of audio books and poetry features digital recordings and MP3's from the Naropa Poetics Audio Archive, LibriVox, Project Gutenberg's Audio Book Project, Maria Lectrix, and Internet Archive users.
  • Open Library's Accessible Books is part of the Internet Archive's collection of books available to the print-impaired.  Many are available in the DAISY talking-book format or otherwise available in the Open Library.  While most titles are those in the public domain, other are recent works made available through an exception in copyright that allows works to be copied for the purpose of making them accessible.  Works not in the public domain will be made available only to qualified readers officially registered with the Library of Congress's National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped (find out how to register).
  • Poetry Archive is a collection of poets reading their own work.  Also includes introductory notes on recordings and poets, bibliographies of poetry collections, guided tours around the Archive and themes which lead you on many different paths from poem to poem.
  • LoudLit provides classic literature with accompanying audio narration. Includes novels and poetry that can be read online but requires an mp3 player for downloaded files.
  • Kiddie Records began as a one year project devoted to the golden age of children's records from 1945-1955.  Many of these classic recordings were extravagant Hollywood productions on major record labels and featured big time celebrities and composers.
  • UbuWeb is an independent resource dedicated to all strains of the avant-garde, ethnopoetics, and outsider arts.  Materials on UbuWeb are available for noncommercial and educational use only. All rights belong to the author(s).

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Branch Libraries

 

Richard S. Gillis, Jr.
Ashland Branch Library

201 S. Railroad Avenue
804-798-4072

 

Atlee Branch Library
9161 Atlee Road
804-559-0654

 

Goochland Branch Library
3075 River Road West
804-556-4774

 

Hanover Branch Library
7527 Library Drive
804-365-6210

 

King & Queen Branch Library
396 Newtown Road
804-769-1623

 

Mechanicsville Branch Library
7461 Sherwood Crossing Place
804-746-9615

 

Lois Wickham Jones
Montpelier Branch Library

17205 Sycamore Tavern Lane
804-883-7116

 

Cochrane Rockville Branch Library
16600 Pouncey Tract Road
804-749-3146

 

Upper King William Branch Library
694-J Sharon Road
804-769-3731

 

West Point Branch Library
721 Main Street
804-843-3244

 

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