The Library has audiobooks available in a variety of formats from a variety of sources. They checkout for 28 days and can be renewed once. Help searching for audiobooks in the catalog (PDF).
- CDs - Listen to books in your CD Player. The Library has audiobooks for children, teens and adults, both fiction and nonfiction.
View a list of Audiobooks in the catalog.
- MP3 Disks - Looks, sounds and feels like a regular CD but the content is a smaller file, often the book fits on 1 disk. You need a MP3 compatible CD player to use. (Car makers started installing MP3 compatible CD players around 2005)
View a list of MP3s in the catalog.
- Playaways - A Playaway contains an entire book that is pre-loaded in one small portable device. How to play. You will need to provide your own earphones and battery.
View a list of Playaways in the catalog.
Library Web Resources - Use your library card number to access these resources outside of the library.
- Hoopla - Borrow always available audiobooks. You can borrow 2 per month for 21 days. Help using Hoopla.
- OneClickDigital eAudiobooks - Using OneClickdigital downloadable audiobooks you can listen to nearly 3400 titles at any time from one of the most popular audiobook publishers, Recorded Books. Help using the OneClick collection.
- OverDrive Audiobooks - Download and listen to new popular audiobooks using the OverDrive App. Help using the OverDrive Audiobook Collection (PDF)
The following are sites that have free audiobooks.
- Storyline Online - Sponsored by the Screen Actor's Guild Foundation, Storyline Online provides children's books read aloud by actors.
- Storynory - Storynory is an online British treasure trove of audio stories for children. Here you will find a mixture of new stories, fairy tales, and specially adapted myths and histories. We also have a sprinkling of verse. Stories can be listened to online or downloaded, there is a promotional message from sponsor at beginning of story.