Audio and E-Books

* On May 1, 2023, the OverDrive app will be discontinued. We encourage you to make the switch to Libby, our newer reading app. Libby is made by the same people, with the same goal of connecting you to your library and to your favorite books, audiobooks, and magazines.

Download Libby or visit to get started.


Borrow ebooks & audiobooks | Libby. The reading app from our library, built by OverDrive.

Download Audiobooks, eBooks, and Magazines anytime, anywhere!!

It’s Easy!
Step 1:  Browse our digital catalog.
Step 2: Click ‘Borrow’ when you’ve found something you’d like to check-out (if there is a waiting list for the book, click on ‘Hold’ and you’ll be placed on the waiting list).
Step 3: Enter your library card number (without spaces) and click ‘Sign In’.
Step: 4: Go to your ‘Loans’ page.
Step 5: Choose either ‘Download’ (if you’d like to download the title as a Kindle Book or an EPUB eBook onto your device) or ‘Read in Browser’ (if you’d like to open your device’s web browser and read the book online).

Enjoy eAudio and eBook titles on your computer, smartphone, or tablet!
* Available 24/7 from our online collection!
* Automatic return: No late fees!
* All you need is an Internet connection and a valid CW MARS library card!

View this helpful video on how to get started on Libby.

Meet Libby. The app for eBooks and audiobooks

Download the Libby app, brought to you by your local library, and built with 💕 by OverDrive.


Hoopla - eBooks, audiobooks, comics, movies, music and more

Hoopla is a groundbreaking digital media service offered by the Bigelow Free Public Library that allows you to borrow movies, music, audiobooks, e-books, comics, magazines, and TV shows to enjoy on your computer, tablet, or phone – and even your TV! With no waiting, titles can be streamed immediately, or downloaded to phones or tablets for offline enjoyment later. Hoopla has hundreds of thousands of titles to choose from, with more being added daily. Hoopla is like having your public library at your fingertips. Anytime. Anywhere.

*You can borrow up to 8 items each month!
*You must be a Clinton resident to log in and create an account.


*New online Spanish titles — free with your Clinton library card.

OdiloTK is a digital content platform, where you can borrow and enjoy digital content of all types (eBooks, eAudiobooks, eVideos and eMusic) anywhere, anytime, from your computer, tablet, eReader, or smartphone.

The minimum requirements to use OdiloTk are:

  • Access to the Internet.
  • Username or library card (provided by your local library).
  • Adobe Digital Editions eBook reader software installed on the computer.
  • Adobe DRM eBook Reading App for Android, iOS, Windows tablets, smartphones, e-readers (Example apps include: OdiloApp, Aldiko, BlueFire, and DL Reader). You can download these from the app store for your device.

Learn more with these helpful guides and FAQ’s on how to use OdiloTK.

Get a BPL eCard:
Massachusetts state residents are eligible to sign up for a Boston Public Library eCard via the web!

BPL eCards are virtual library cards that allow users immediate access to all of Boston Public Library’s remotely-accessible electronic resources, including magazine databases, downloadable audio, video, eBooks, and music. Access the BPL eCard registration form.

Additional sources that offer FREE content for your mp3 players and e-readers:

Free downloadable audio books- the audio book sources listed below offer free access to public domain titles (titles for which the copyright has expired or has been forfeited):

  • LibriVox – Public domain books, poetry, and dramatic works read by volunteers.
  • Project Gutenberg – Human-read and computer-generated audio books.
  • FSI Language Courses Collection of free, high-quality language learning materials developed by the United States Government under the auspices of the Foreign Service Institute. 

Free e-books- the e-book sources listed below offer free access to public domain titles (titles for which the copyright expired or has been forfeited):

  • Project Gutenberg – Over 36,000 free public domain eBooks available to download to PC, Kindle, iPad, iPhone, Android, or other portable device.  
  • ManyBooks – Over 29,000 free public domain titles; 35 languages represented.
  • Open Library – A project of the non-profit Internet Archive. Over 1 million titles.