Are you seeing a pattern here? My third post about audio books. I will admit that this year I am committing myself to more books, and audio books have helped me inch toward my goal.
Did you know that the library offers audiobooks in numerous formats? I have listened to all my audiobooks through Overdrive – it’s so easy. I go to my overdrive app, go to Clevenet digital library, peruse their awesome collection, once I’ve chosen a book, I tap borrow, tap on go to loans, go to my bookshelf, tap on title so that download will begin, and listen.
You can also visit Hoopla, another digital media service offered to our patrons. You can download the Hoopla site through the main page of the Rocky River library website. Once you have created an account, you have even more awesome titles to choose from for your next audio pick.
We also offer Play-aways. Play-away comes pre-loaded and ready use with one audiobook per device, making them super simple for your use. All you need is a set of headphones and a triple A battery.
Last, but not least, lets not forget about the CD’s. If you have a CD player at home, this is the route to go. Our CD collection has fiction, nonfiction, biography, new titles, classics – you name it!
Some of my favorite audiobooks I’ve listened to this year are: