More about E-Books and E-Book Help
WHAT IS DIGITAL MEDIA?
We offer two types of digital books: Audio books and ebooks. An audio book is a narrated title which can be enjoyed on a PC and dozens of supported mobile devices. You can also burn many titles to CD to enjoy in the car. An ebook is a text-based title that can be read on your home computer, Kindle, Nooks and a variety of other devises including Mac and phones. Digital music and video can be downloaded to a personal PC and enjoyed at home or transferred to any supported mobile device.
HOW IT WORKS
Kindle requires a couple of clicks, most of the other formats require downloading free software. Then browse the collection of fiction, mystery, romance, nonfiction, best sellers, and more. You can check out titles using your library card and download to a home computer or laptop. At the end of the lending period, digital downloads automatically expire and are returned to the digital library. There are never any late fees!
Watch tutorials on downloading e-books to your e-readerDownloading e-books for Kindle
The above tutorials are brought to you by Mount Pleasant Public Library. We thank them for their very well done, very useful videos.
Be sure to log in to ryelibrary.org to use eBooks from your library.
Helpful resources brought to you by OverDrive, Inc.
OVERDRIVE – E-BOOKS FOR ADULTS AND TEENS
March 2012 opened a new exclusive collection of eBooks for Rye card holders. This program, funded by Andrea and Joe Manasseri, means most titles will be available when you want them or very soon thereafter “eContent Login page.” The catalog (consisting of Rye’s exclusive collection and Westchester Library System’s collection) can be browsed by subject, hot titles, recent additions or get “lost in the stacks” with perennial favorites. The Digital Media Catalog is available 24/7, so stop by anytime.
TumbleBook Library is an online collection of TumbleBooks – animated, talking picture books which teach kids the joy of reading in a format they’ll love. TumbleBooks are created by adding animation, sound, music and narration to existing picture books in order to produce an electronic picture book which kids can read, or have read to them.-Story Books. The TumbleBookLibrary has a selection of children’s favorite story books. Old time favorites such as “The Paper Bag Princess” by Robert Munsch, as well as favorite fairy tales such as “Jack and the Beanstalk” and “Old Mother Hubbard” come to life in an educational and interactive way. Other titles include: “Diary of a Worm,” “How I Became a Pirate,” “Miss Malarkey Doesn’t Live in Room 10,” “One Duck Stuck,” and “Tops and Bottoms.”
-LANGUAGE LEARNING. Our Language Learning Section includes a growing selection of books in Spanish and French. Many are bilingual titles which allow the user to read the book in two languages -perfect for learning English as a second language.
-TUMBLEREADABLES. Now older students can read our growing collection of children’s classics such as “Black Beauty,” “Alice in Wonderland” and “Anne of Green Gables.” Our TumbleReadables collection includes an innovative text size slider which allows the reader to adjust the text size which is right for him/her, making reading online fun and accessible. TumbleReadables includes a growing collection of read-along titles which feature narration, sentence highlighting, and automatic page turning.
-AUDIO BOOKS. TumbleBook Library includes a collection of full length, unabridged, streaming audio books. Perfect for extended story time. Want more audio books? Click here to learn more about our TumbleTalkingBooks database includes unabridged high quality audio versions of classics of American and world literature, non-fiction, fiction, and children and teen books.
-PUZZLES & GAMES. Includes online puzzles and concentration games, spelling games, and ‘fill-in-the blanks’ games, reinforcing concepts from the book.