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Downloadable E-Books And Audio Books

Welcome to the New Hampshire Downloadable Book Consortium, a free service for Hill Public Library cardholders. NHDB includes eBooks, audiobooks, and magazines.

To use Overdrive, you will need:

  • Your 3 digit library card number and our library’s 4 digit prefix (Please call or email us for this information!)
  • An e-reader, tablet, smartphone, or other compatible device
    Libby app/software- If you have the Overdrive app, please be aware that this is being phased out!
  •  Internet access

Returning & Renewing:

Some titles can be returned before they expire. If you have not downloaded an eBook, you will be able to return it from your Bookshelf. You cannot renew titles, but you can borrow them again after they expire if they are still available.

Holds:

You can place up to 5 titles on hold at one time. You will receive an email notification when a title becomes available. Once the notice is sent, you will have 2 days to borrow the title. If you don’t retrieve it in time, the title will be made available to the next user on the list.

Meet Libby- the NEW OverDrive App!

Libby is the new and easy to use e-book app from OverDrive. Click the image to the left to download the app today!

Helpful

LINKS

eBooks

GETTING STARTED

Audiobooks

GETTING STARTED

Helpful Links

NHDB How-To Guide

Device Compatibility Guide

eBook Help

Troubleshooting Help

Narrated eBooks for Kids Listen and read along with narrated eBooks through the NHDB! These ebooks allow children to practice their comprehension skills with familiar stories.

For more information and the latest help tips, please visit the NH Downloadable Books Blog or contact the library at 934-9712. We’re always happy to help!

The New Hampshire Downloadable Book program is made possible in part by a grant from The Institute of Museum and Library Services through the Library Services and Technology Act administered by the New Hampshire State Librarian.

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