What is an eBook?
eBooks are digital books that you download and read on your computer or compatible portable device.
Where do they come from?
The library subscribes to Omni OverDrive for eBooks and eAudiobooks.
What do I need?
You will need a valid Homer Township Public Library card in good standing to use OverDrive.
Complete instructions and help getting started are available at Omni Overdrive's Help Section and OverDrive's Online Digital Media Guided Tour.
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