eBooks from OverDrive


Download ebooks and eaudiobooks to your computer or mobile device. You may download up to 10 books per library card. The books return automatically and there are no overdue fines!


Compatible with most devices (click here for a full list). Watch helpful video tutorials or search for help here


Click here to register for an Adobe ID.

Click here to download Adobe Digital Editions


Click on your device below to download how-to instructions for reading ebooks








A valid RHPL library card is required to use these services





Other eBooks from RHPL

Freading eBooks - Recommended for black & white Nook/Sony/Kobo eReader users and iPad & Android tablet users. These EPUB books are always available and check out for two weeks. Click here for frequently asked questions about Freading.

Gale Virtual Reference Library -Search across dozens of specialized encyclopedias and award winning reference sources in diverse subject areas including business, education, environment, history, law, health and medicine, multicultural studies, religion, science and more. (RHPL library card required to use this service)

EBSCO eBook Collection - Choose from a comprehensive collection of eBooks for all your research and informational needs including topics like computer programming, business, history, medicine, and more.   These books can be read on your computer or mobile device.   No need to download special software. (RHPL library card required to use this service)

Internet Archive - Access to books from libraries and research centers around the world. RHPL is a proud member library! Click here to get your virtual library card.

Tumblebook Library - Online collection of animated, talking picture books designed to encourage the joy of reading in young children (RHPL library card required to use this service)

Tumblereadables - online readalong collection of early readers, middle school books, teen books, and classics (RHPL library card required to use this service).

Project Gutenberg - is a volunteer effort to digitize and archive cultural works, to "encourage the creation and distribution of eBooks". It was founded in 1971 by Michael S. Hart and is the oldest digital library.


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