eBooks, audiobooks, comics (graphic novels), movies, and music are available to Milton Public Library patrons for free using hoopla.
First, download the app onto your device or go to hoopla.com.
Your username is your library card number, and you create your own password.
Hoopla is your 24/7 collection. Even when the library building is closed, you can borrow an ebook, an audiobook, a movie or listen to music instantly. There are no holds. On mobile devices, borrowed materials can be temporarily downloaded and accessed offline via the app or on a computer. Hoopla also works with Roku, Chromecast, Fire TV, and Apple TV devices. As a Milton Public Library cardholder, you may borrow up to 4 items per month.
Hoopla provides answers to frequently asked questions, trouble shooting tips, and more on hoopla Help.
Hoopla resources are provided to Milton Public Library patrons through Midwest Tape, of which Milton Public Library is a member.
Last update January 29, 2021.
eBooks and audiobooks are available to Milton Public Library patrons for free using OverDrive, Vermont Online Books, and the ABLE Library
First, create an account at:
- OverDrive.com – for any user on a Windows or Mac computer.
- OverDrive’s Libby app – recommended for Android, iOS, Windows 10, and some Chromebooks.
- The original OverDrive app – available for iPhone, iPad, Android, Chromebook, Windows 8 & 10, and Kindle Fire HD.
- You can borrow ebooks and transfer them to compatible ereaders using free Adobe Digital Editions (ADE) software on your Windows or Mac computer. See these instructions for Getting Started with EReaders.
Your username is your library card number, and your password is your last name, all lower case.
OverDrive is your 24/7 collection. Even when the library building is closed, you can borrow a book, an audiobook, and read-along eBooks for kids and young adults. OverDrive even offers the Dyslexie font option, which helps those with dyslexia read better.
OverDrive provides getting started guides, videos, how-to articles, troubleshooting tips, and more on OverDrive Help.
OverDrive resources are provided to Milton Public Library patrons through the Green Mountain Library Consortium, of which Milton Public Library is a member.
The Vermont Online Library (VOL) collection of reference eBooks is available to Milton Public Library patrons. Use this link to VOL to search, and use your Milton library card to access the eBooks.
The ABLE Library
Last update August 13, 2020.