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eBooks & eAudiobooks

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Books come in all shapes, sizes and forms, and at the Jasper County Public Library, we understand your need for access to the hottest, most popular titles available, and we strive to provide the most current titles, no matter which genre you prefer.


Through OverDrive, you can check out popular eBook and eAudio titles with your library card and enjoy them for up to a three-week lending period. There are also selected titles available in streaming video for up to 7 days. Titles automatically expire at the end of the lending period, so there are no late fees.

Browse several titles that are available now, or place items on hold for use when they come available.

To get started with Overdrive, follow the link below for one of the device-specific guides to get started, or go to the Indiana Digital Download Center site and download the software that you’ll need for your system. Then you can browse the collection and download your favorite titles.

You will need a valid Jasper County Public Library card to use this service.

Get Help for your specific device or platform (

Visit our online tutorial for more assistance: JCPL Academy Tutorial - OverDrive, with Libby


Libby is an app designed for android and iOS mobile devices that makes OverDrive easier to use than ever. Find out more at the Indiana Digital Download Center site to see if Libby is compatible with your device and get started.


No waiting, No late fees. Access and enjoy over half a million titles, from six different formats: Movies, TV, Music Albums, eAudiobooks , eBooks, and Comics/Graphic Novels. All in one location, from your computer, tablet or Smartphone!

With hoopla, there are no hold lists, no extra apps or accounts needed or special steps to use it. it just works!

Visit to get started. You will need to create a personal account to use this service, and add your valid JCPL library card number.

For more assistance, check out our online tutorial: JCPL Academy Tutorial - Hoopla / Librivox

These sites are devoted to providing copies of public domain literature  - more than 60,000 titles - for free public use. Download ebooks from, or read them in your web browser, or visit Librivox to stream or download audio files provided by volunteer readers.

Many of the books on these sites are available on paid sites as well, but these sites require no fees and no special apps. They also provide an interesting way to not only discover the classics, but also to help bring some of the hidden books of the ages to light.