The Flagler County Public Library subscribes to two E-book Platforms to provide patrons with access to a variety of best sellers — both fiction and non-fiction — popular authors, as well as children and teen selections.
Don't see a book title? Interested in taking a class? Email the research desk for more information.
Axis 360 Need help? See the following user brochures for device-specific assistance.
Overdrive See the Help Center or look to the brochure below and instructions for use with different devices.
Overdrive App Instructions
There are many sources for free e-book and audiobook downloads. Here are just a few:
Google E-Bookstore - Free e-book selections compatible with many devices
Open Library - Over 1 million free e-books and more added all the time
InkMesh - A search engine that searches more than thirty online sources for free e-books
Baen Books - Over 120 science fiction and fantasy titles available, with new titles added every month
Internet Archive - Films, books, music and texts in many downloadable formats
Project Gutenberg - Project Gutenberg makes e-books and e-audiobooks available for some of the same great literature available in plain text
ManyBooks - Includes Project Gutenberg titles and beyond
Feedbooks - A place to discover and publish e-books
LibriVox E-audiobooks in the public domain
Literal Systems -Audiobooks that can't be bought
The Online Books Page University of Pennsylvania offers an index of hundreds of thousands of online books
EBook Fling - Swap e-books for free with other readers nationwide while still retaining ownership
The Spoken Alexandria Project - Creative Commons library of spoken word recordings, consisting of classics in the public domain and modern works