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New Downloadable Audiobook Service
The Plum Creek Library System is proud to announce the addition of the OneClick digital audiobook service from Recorded Books.OneClick digital offers an easy way to access a terrific collection of free downloadable audiobooks. Note: only audiobooks are available from this service, not eBooks
Apps are available for PC, Mac, Android, iPhone, iPad, and Amazon Kindle.
After a quick one-time account set-up process,you will be able to checkout and download audiobooks. Email support is available at email@example.com and phone support is available at 877-77-AUDIO from 6:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday thru Friday.
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Why do you love your library? Has your library provided a critical service to you? Have library staff helped you find the perfect books? Have you attended a program or event at your library that entertained you or taught you something? How has visiting your library made a difference in your life? Has your library had a positive impact on your children?
We are collecting your stories and we will share them at the Capitol on Minnesota Library Legislative Day. You may still continue to send in your responses after Library Legislative Day. To share your story, fill out an online form here or stop by your local library and fill out a post card.
Ebooks Minnesota, an online ebook collection spearheaded by Minnesota’s libraries, is open to Minnesota readers. The collection is accessible online at EbooksMN.org and via free apps from iTunes, Google Play, and Kindle. There is no charge to libraries or individuals who wish to use the collection, and no username or password is required. Ebooks Minnesota is open to all readers within Minnesota’s borders.
No process is required to “check out” a book. Readers can access any book in the collection at any time regardless of how many other readers are also using that book. This feature makes the collection particularly useful for schools that may wish to assign a single book to an entire class or even an entire school. Likewise, community book clubs, no matter how large, can read books together without worrying about checkout limits or due dates.
The collection contains more than 2,000 books, including titles from these Minnesota publishers: ABDO, Lerner Publishing Group, Cherry Lake Publishing, University of Minnesota Press, Milkweed Press, and Coffeehouse Press. Nonfiction titles from Arcadia Publishing about Minnesota and its history are also included in the collection. A selection of popular titles that are in the public domain, such as "Dracula." and “Jane Eyre,” completes the collection.
Explore authors' entire works on Project Gutenberg.
Want to have the entire works of William Shakespeare or Mark Twain in one file, and completely free?
One of the biggest benefits of ebooks is that they are convenient. One file can contain 5 thousand or 500 thousand words. Instead of downloading 50 separate books from one author, you can get most of their publications by clicking on a download button just once.
Our favorite source of free ebooks, Project Gutenberg, has on offer several files that include complete electronic publications of selected classic authors.
The Complete Works of William Shakespeare
The Complete Works of Mark Twain
More Information via eBook Friendly.
Help support Plum Creek's ebook collection!
A portion of each sale of digital content or other items, purchased from OverDrive WIN Affiliated Retailers using the “Buy it Now” link from Plum Creek’s ebook website, is credited back to Plum Creek.
The funds Plum Creek earns from the OverDrive WIN Affiliate Program will be a credit for the system to add digital content to its virtual branch. The titles and materials the library selects are at the system's discretion.