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.

cloudLibrary   Need help? See the following user brochure for assistance.
                                   cloudLibrary Flyer

Overdrive   See the Help Center or look to the brochure below and instructions for use with different devices. 
                                    Overdrive Brochure 
                                    Kindle Instructions 
                                    Overdrive App Instructions  
                                    PC/E-reader 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