eBooks and Audio Books

An eBook is an electronic version of a print book. Like print books, the text found in eBooks is often enriched with photos, illustrations, graphs, and tables. In eBooks, users can navigate through the text (e.g., easily search for specific passages) in ways not possible in print.

Audio books are audio recordings of a book or text. Audio books can be downloaded onto computers, MP3 players, and other mobile devices, allowing readers to listen to books at their leisure.

The Rock County Public Library offers two resources to download and enjoy eBooks and audio books. Click on the links below to learn more.

  • Overdrive (fiction and nonfiction audio books and eBooks)
  • EBSCOHOST¬†(research and reference eBooks)