Downloading Free eBooks from Your Library

 In Your Community

Download Free eBooks Directly from Your County Library’s Website

Did you know that free downloadable books are available to you with a valid library card in your county of residence?

  • 24/7 access from your home computer or smartphone Older Woman Reading on her Tablet
  • You never need to leave your home
  • Most loans are 14-21 days
  • Most library systems will alert you several days before your loan expires via email or text
  • The eBook will simply disappear from your reading device – no need to go to the library
  • A tutorial may be available online to guide you or search topics under the “Help” tab
  • Search for books by an author’s name, a book title, a keyword or subject
  • eReaders can enlarge the print for easier reading
  • No worry about handling a book touched by others
  • Newspapers and magazines may be available on these sites as well

Shelves of Books at a Library

Please visit the website for your county for further details:

Cherokee County: https://www.sequoyahregionallibrary.org/elibrary/

Clayton County: https://claytonpl.org/learning-research/downloads/

Cobb County: https://www.cobbcat.org/tag/ebooks/

Dekalb County: https://dekalb.overdrive.com/

Douglas & Rockdale Counties: http://gapines.org/eg/opac/home

(Choose “ebook” in the “Limit to:” pulldown menu)

Fayette County: https://fayettecountyga.gov/public_library/rbdigital-instructions.htm

Fulton County: https://fulcolibrary.overdrive.com/

Gwinnett County: https://gwinnett.overdrive.com/

Henry County: https://henrylibraries.org/online-resources/

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