Download Books & Audio

Through eBCCLS, your library card gives you free access to e-books, audiobooks, videos, and music that can be downloaded on devices such as Kindles and iPads. All you need is your library card number and Internet access! eBCCLS titles can be accessed on your computer, as well as transferred to your MP3 player, ebook reader, tablet, smartphone, or other compatible device. This service offer thousands of downloadable books in a variety of formats.


The Cloud Library is one of the resources accessible to BCCLS patrons from which you can borrow ebooks. Cloud Library titles are integrated into the BCCLS catalog. This means that you can also check out or place a hold on a Cloud Library ebook directly from the BCCLS catalog. To identify a 3M Cloud Library ebook in the catalog, look for the Cloud Library icon next to a title in your search results.



Naxos Music Library [NML] is the world’s largest online classical music library. It offers streaming access to more than 35,000 CDs with more than 500,000 tracks.
Resources offered by NML include synopses of over 700 operas, a pronunciation guide for composer and artist names and a glossary of musical terms. A comprehensive online encyclopedia of classical music is in development.



The online Naxos Spoken Word Library comprises one of the most comprehensive collections of classic audiobook material available online.
Naxos AudioBooks is a leading spoken word label, producing some 30 new titles a year and concentrating largely on literary classics and educational themes. The library offers Naxos AudioBooks’ full range of recordings, many of which can also be followed with the texts on screen.


Stream or download thousands of movies and television shows!





Hoopla is a digital collection of over 200,000 streaming and downloadable movies, TV shows, music, and audiobooks that you can access on your computer or download to a portable device.

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