eBooks & Downloads


Overdrive OverDrive
  • eBooks – 28,000 items and growing
  • eAudiobooks – 5,000 items and growing
  • New eStreaming videos and music – 500 items and growing
  • Up to 21 Day Loan Period• Max 10 eResources • Max 5 Holds
  • Read on mobile devices (i.e. iPhone®, iPad®, iPod Touch®, Android™, Blackberry®) with Overdrive app
  • Read via the web browser of any mobile, portable or desktop computer
  • Transfer to most eReaders including Kindle® with a PC or Mac®
  • Access requires a Fresno County Public Library card with fines under $10 and residence within Fresno County (except the Coalinga-Huron Library District).

Overdrive Zinio
  • More than 170 Magazine titles for Download
  • No loan period! You download it, you get to keep it
  • No limit to the number of magazines you can download
  • Read on your PC, MAC or any compatible mobile device (i.e. iPhone®, iPad®, iPod Touch®, Android™) with the Zinio app.
  • Access requires a Fresno County Public Library card with fines under $10 and residence within the Library service area.

3M Cloud Library
  • eBooks only
  • 14 Day Loan Period • Max 3 eBooks • Max 5 Holds
  • Read on mobile devices (i.e. iPhone®, iPad®, iPod Touch®, Android™) with 3M Cloud app
  • Transfer to most eReaders except Kindle® with a PC
  • Access for all SJVLS Library card holders

Bookflix BookFlix
  • Watch animated storybooks and read books online
  • For preschool to 3rd grade
  • 190 animated, talking picture books
  • More than 50 books in Spanish
  • Perfect for early readers, reluctant readers and English Language Learners at home, in the classroom or in the library
  • Access for all Fresno County Library card holders

Freegal Music

Freegal

  • A downloadable and streaming music service
  • 8 million songs, 15,000+ music videos
  • 28,000+ music labels including all the labels of Sony Music
  • app available for apple and Android mobile devices
  • Fresno County Residents with no fines may download 3 songs and stream 3 hours per week

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eBooks & Print Books Can Coexist