eBooks & Digital Downloads
You can access new and bestseller eBooks through Cloud Library:
Step 1. Download the app.
Step 2. Once you’ve installed and opened the app, search for “Navajo County Library District” in the list of libraries.
Step 4. Browse for a book you want to read and select the “Borrow” button.
You can download an app for iOS®, Android™, PC/Mac, Kindle Fire®, and NOOK®. Only one person at a time can read each eBbook, so they’ll be automatically checked in after 14 days to let the next person enjoy them. If a book you want is checked out, you can place a hold on it, just like with a physical library book. You can sign-up to receive an email notification when a book you’ve placed on hold becomes available. You also have the option of returning books early if you’re finished with them.
You can access library eBooks through Freading™. You must first install Adobe® Digital Editions (have your library card number handy). Then go to Freading™ to find books for your computer or your mobile device.
Step 1. Install Adobe® Digital Editions.
Step 2. Go to Freading™ and login with your library card number.
Step 3. Browse for a book you want to read and select the “Downoad EPUB” button.
You can download an app for iOS® and Android™ devices. The app is also compatible with Kindle Fire®, NOOK®, and kobo™ devices.
You can borrow 3 books per week.
You can access a number of Arizona-specific eBooks at Reading Arizona, a statewide eBook platform. The collection includes early Arizona fiction and histories, as well as contemporary works by authors such as Jon Talton and James Sallis.
You can download library audiobooks through OneClickdigital™. You must first create an account with OneClickdigital™. You can also download an app for iOS® and Android™ devices. If you need assistance, OneClickdigital™ provides the following free tutorials:
- Creating an Account
- Downloading and Using the OneClick Digital Audiobook App (for mobile devices)
- Installing the OneClick Digital Media Manager (an optional media player program for desktop computers, which keeps your audiobook library synced and organized; also necessary if you’ll be manually transferring audiobooks from your desktop onto a mobile device)
- Downloading an Audiobook Through the Media Manager
Step 1. Create an account with OneClickdigital™ by clicking on “Register”. You will need to enter your library card number, name, email address, and zip code and create a username and password.
Step 2. You’ll have the option to download eBook or eAudio apps for your computer or iOS®/Android™ device.
Step 3. Browse for an audiobook you want to listen to and select “Checkout Now.”
OneClick Digital’s technical support is available Monday-Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. EST: 1-877-772-8346.
You can download library magazines through zinio™.
Step 1. Use your library card number to create an account with zinio™.
Step 2. Subscribe to a magazine. Hint: you can subscribe to an unlimited number of magazines.
Step 3. Read digital magazines on your computer or your mobile device.
You can download an app for iOS® or Android™ devices. To read magazines on your Kindle Fire® and Kindle Fire® HD, follow the installation instructions.
Enjoy thousands of digital graphic novels and comics through Comics Plus Library Edition. You can access them anytime, anywhere with your Web-connected device.
Step 1. Click on the image above.
Step 2. Click on the "Get started" link.
Step 3. Click on the "Create a New Account" link.
Step 4. Input your library card number and complete the appropriate fields.
Step 5. Read digital graphic novels and comics on your web-connected computer or mobile device.
There are no holds or waiting - all comics are available whenever you want them! Your borrowed item(s) will automatically expire after 7 days.
eBooks for kids
You can read TumbleBooks™ at TumbleBookLibrary, which is an online collection of talking picture books that teach young children the joys of reading in a fun format.
More free eBooks
You can download free eBooks from the following sites:
- Book Lending: Matches lenders and borrowers of Kindle e-books
- Digital Book Index: More than 165,000 full-text digital books
- E-Discover the Classics: Colorado and Douglas County Libraries
- Free E-Books: Wide variety of titles
- Google Books: Nearly 3 million free e-books from public domain
- Hathi Trust Digital Library
- InkMesh: Find free e-books and compare e-book prices
- Munseys: 20,000 titles for Kindles, Nooks, and Sony Readers
- The Online Books Page: More than 1 million titles
- Open Library: More than 1 million books
- Project Gutenberg: Over 36,000 published books