The Franklin-Springboro Public Library collection of downloadable eBooks, magazines, and audiobooks includes thousands of titles and is available from home anytime you want to use it. Plus there are no late fees!
Zinio Downloadable Magazines
Use our Zinio Downloadable Magazine service to read digital copies of over 50 magazine titles on your computer, tablet, or mobile device. Enjoy current issues of your favorite magazines such as Cosmopolitan, Forbes, ESPN, Good Housekeeping, Newsweek, Rolling Stone, and Us Weekly. For more information please download one of our instruction sheets below or contact the library. At Springboro Library call Vicky at 937-748-3200. At Franklin call Susan H. at 937-746-2665.
The Ohio eBook Project is a consortium of more than 90 libraries in the state of Ohio that offers downloadable material that can be checked out and transferred to various devices such as Kindle, Nook, iPad, Sony Readers, iPhone, iPod, Andriod, and BlackBerry. Most devices require you to download the free reader software on your computer, smartphone, or tablet before downloading titles. For more information on downloading please read the Help - Quick Start Guide at the Ohio eBook Project website or contact the Springboro Library at 937-748-3200 and ask for Vicky.
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The Ohio eBook Project has reciprocal borrowing privileges with the SEO Consortium's Digital Collection. This means you can check out an additional 10 items from the SEO Collection.
OneClickdigital offers unabridged audiobooks that can be checked out and transferred to various devices such as MP3 players, iPhones, and iPods. You will need to download the free Media Manager software to your computer and then transfer the audio file to your portable listening devices. Your computer needs to support Windows Media Player 9.0 or higher. For more information on downloading please read our Frequently Asked Questions page or use the Learn More About OneClickdigital Media Manager at the OneClickdigital website or contact the Springboro Library at 937-748-3200 and ask for Vicky.