Kentucky Unbound provides free access to E-Book and Audio Book downloads for library patrons. Compatible with most devices, including Kindle and Nook, your next e-book is just a click away, and no late fees! Click here to access.
FREEGAL MUSIC DOWNLOADS
Library patrons have access to three song downloads per week through Freegal. All songs are yours to keep for life and can be played on any device that plays MP3 files. Contains thousands of songs in the Sony music catalog. Click here to start listening!
TUMBLE BOOK CLOUD
Tumble Book Cloud provides an online catalog of read-along books for elementary, middle, and high school students. Words are highlighted as they are read to help with reading comprehension. This can be a great tool for those learning English as a second language. The service also contains National Geographic videos, adding another dimension to learning; readers can see life on the other side of the planet, go back 1000 years in history, and journey into space. Get started here.
TUMBLE BOOK LIBRARY
Tumble Book Library is an online collection of TumbleBooks: animated, talking picture books which teach kids the joy of reading in a format they'll love. TumbleBooks are created by adding animation, sound, music and narration to existing picture books in order to produce an electronic picture book which you can read, or have read to you. Get started reading here!
AUDIO BOOK CLOUD
Check out our collection of streaming audio books! Stream instantly right from your PC, smartphone, or tablet. Book are always available and there's no need to download. Browse. Click. Listen. It's that easy! Click here to start listening.
Another great service for download E-Books. Titles are available to read on Nook, Sony, and Kindle Fire (not regular Kindles), as well as many tablet PCs. Click to get started now.
OTHER WEB SERVICES
The following are other free sources of E-Books and Audio Books. These are provided for informational purposes only and are not official services of the McCracken County Public Library. The library does not necessarily endorse the content of these sites.
The internet archive is best known for providing access to historical snapshots of websites. They now offer free access to:
- Videos (Including feature-length films, news broadcasts, and more)
- Audio (Recordings, concerts, music, and more.)
Free access to audio versions of books in the public domain.
Project Gutenberg makes available audio versions of classic literature.
Free access to serialized audio books delivered in episodes, much like podcasts.
NPR Podcast Directory
Directory of free podcasts produced by National Public Radio.