E-Books and E-Audiobooks

Access our collections of e-Books and e-Audiobooks with your San Anselmo Public Library card! All items can be downloaded or streamed using your PC, Mac computer, e-reader device (iPad, Nook, Kindle), or mobile device.



To checkout and download, you need:
  • A valid San Anselmo Public Library card
  • Internet access
  • A computer or device that meets the system requirements for the materials you wish to download

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Enjoy over 35,000 e-Books and e-Audiobooks and the largest collection of popular and bestselling titles with Overdrive! Visit http://marinet.overdrive.com to get started. 

Click here for more information on the Libby app, returning items early, and more!

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Instantly stream e-Books, e-Audiobooks, movies, and more with your library card number and password! Enjoy a large variety of titles at https://www.hoopladigital.com/.

Click here for information on the hoopla digital app.

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Enjoy over 70,000 e-Books for children, teens, and adults with the Enki Library Collection at http://marin.enkilibrary.org/

Click here for instructions on how to download Enki titles to your mobile device!

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Safari Books Online is the premier on-demand digital library collection providing online access to information technology books from the industry's leading publishers. Users can browse all Safari Books just as they would books in print -- each title contains a complete table of contents with chapter links for easy page-to-page browsing and all charts, graphs, and other images are included just as originally published. 

Visit  https://0-proquest.safaribooksonline.com.marinet.lib.ca.us/ to browse over 40,000 books on technology, digital media, and business.

Free e-Book Vendors

Here are a few links to vendors who provide access to free e-Books. Thank you to the Larkspur Library for compiling this helpful list. 

LibriVox, founded in 2005, is the largest and oldest provider of free audiobooks. Their goal is to provide free audiobook versions of every public domain book on the internet.

Project Gutenberg is the oldest and most well-known source for free e-Books (36,000 texts).

ThoughtAudio has books in philosophy, political science and a number a literary classics such as Mark Twain, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Jack London and James Joyce.