Find out how to browse and download popular eBooks and eAudiobooks for reading or listening to on your computer, smart phone and eDevices.
Your library provides digital book subscriptions to Hoopla, Libby and BorrowBox which enables library members to browse and borrow bestselling eBooks and eAudiobooks.
A valid library membership is required to access resources.
Hoopla is a digital media service that allows library members to borrow a range of digital services.
are able to borrow movies, music, eAudiobooks, eBooks, comics and TV shows to enjoy on their computer or mobile device with no holds or waiting. All title can be streamed immediately or downloaded to phone or tablets for offline enjoyment later.
Hoopla offers a massive catalogue of over 900,000 titles (and growing) to choose from and instantly available to library members.
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Libby is the mobile app used to access the OverDrive collection of eBooks, eAudiobooks, eMagazines titles and Kanopy video streaming, available to City of Kalamunda Library members.
Download Libby app on your device and follow the prompts to find your library and sign in with your library card. Once you are signed in, you are ready to start enjoying titles. Libby can be downloaded on iPhone, Android, and Fire OS. If you
have a Windows computer, Mac computer, or a Chromebook, you can use Libby in your web browser at libbyapp.com. We suggest using the latest version of Chrome, Safari, Firefox, or Edge.
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BorrowBox is home to the greatest Australian and international authors of the world’s best eBooks and eAudiobooks. Your library in one app! All you need to get started is an internet connection and a library card.
BROWSE & DOWNLOAD FROM BORROWBOX
With Libby, you can borrow free ebooks, digital audiobooks, and magazines from your library. All you need is a library card.
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Getting started with Libby
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Borrowing, renewing, and returning
Frequently asked questions
BorrowBox is home to the greatest Australian and international authors of the world’s best eBooks and eAudiobooks. Your library in one app!
Browse & Download BorrowBox eBooks & eAudiobooks
BorrowBox Online Help
To access the eBooks and eAudiobooks, you will need to log in. Sign in using your City of Kalamunda Library Card Number, and enter your Surname.
To borrow an eBook or eAudiobook:
To Download an eBook or eAudiobookMake sure that you have installed Adobe Digital Editions. If you haven't installed this software yet, please visit the Adobe Digital Editions download page and follow the installation instructions provided.On first launch of Adobe Digital Editions click on Help > Authorize Computer. In the following screen choose
Adobe ID from the dropdown menu and enter your Adobe ID and password. If you don't have an Adobe ID yet please click on the Create an Adobe ID link on the right hand side or visit Adobe's Create Adobe ID page.
On the download page press the Download eBook button. When you get a pop-up dialogue box asking you whether you would like to Open, Run or Save, make sure that you select Open With and choose Adobe Digital Editions. Adobe Digital Editions will then import the eBook file and you can find it in the Borrowed section on the left side.
To transfer an eBook to an eReader device
Attach your eReader device to your computer. It should appear in Adobe Digital Editions in the list on the left side. Now just drag the eBook onto the device.
Unfortunately, due to the restrictions that Apple has in place on their iPads/iPhones, it is not possible to directly download eAudiobooks to the iPad/iPhone through the Safari browser. You can, however, download via your computer and transfer
the eAudiobooks via iTunes. Or you can use the BorrowBox Library mobile apps available on the Apple App Store and Google Play Store,
if your library offers this option.
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