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Free downloadable ebooks and audiobooks -- and now, streaming movies! -- paid for by your local, regional, and state libraries, available with your Kent County Public Library card.
Maryland's Digital eLibrary
Borrow downloadable eBooks and Audiobooks, available from Overdrive. See here for information on how to use Overdrive, including videos, help guides, and support. Eastern Shore Regional Library has also provided FAQs on downloadable audiobooks and eBooks.

NEW March 2014! To browse and find eBooks and Audiobooks for young readers, visit the eReading Room for Kids

Download full digital copies of your favorite magazines and view them on your computer or mobile device -- just create a free account with your library card via RB Digital. Over 175 titles available! See here for a full list of 2013's titles. For user information from RB Digital, see here and here. For a user guide from Eastern Shore Regional Library, see here.

One Click Digital
One Click Digital downloadable audioboooks from Recorded Books, featuring bestselling fiction titles. If you are interested in learning how to use One Click Digital, you can sign up for an upcoming webinar here.

Founded by filmmakers, IndieFlix curates the best (or possibly the weirdest, depending on your taste) from worldwide film festivals to make sure indies have an audience. Independent filmmakers have worked hard to create these incredible films — movie lovers deserve to be able to see them!

You will need to create a free account with RB Digital, but if you already have an account for Zinio (above) it will work for IndieFlix as well. Eastern Shore Regional Library has a user guide to IndieFlix available here. You can see a press release about ESRL's selection of IndieFlix here.

Project Gutenberg
Download eBooks free from this collection of titles in the public domain, which have been digitized by volunteers.

Download audiobooks free from this collection of titles in the public domain, which have been read by volunteers.