Stream & Download: Ebooks & Audiobooks

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Borrow ebooks, digital audiobooks, movies, TV shows, magazines, newspapers, and music—with apps or in your browser—on all of your devices with your Oak Park library card and PIN. Have questions? Get answers to FAQswatch how-to videosread about your data privacy, and contact us »

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Media on Demand (web) or Libby (app) »

Media on Demand is the library’s largest and most popular collection of ebooks and audiobooks, offering more than 60,000 fiction and nonfiction titles, as well as the latest issues of more than 3,000 magazines—including The Economist, The New Yorker, and Bon Appétit—and more than 1,200 videos (ranging from animated kids shorts to documentaries to feature films and only available for streaming through the web browser, not the Libby app). Need help? Explore how-to articles, watch an instructional video, and contact us »

Libby, an app for Media on Demand, is available on iOSAndroid, and Microsoft Windows 10+. Need help? Explore Libby Help and contact us »

Checkout periods & lending limits

  • Check out 20 items and place 20 holds at a time
  • Lending periods:
    • Ebooks, audiobooks, and magazines: 7-21 days
    • Videos (available in the web browser, but not Libby): 3-7 days
  • More about digital holds: Media on Demand and Libby users benefit from access to thousands of shared titles through the library’s consortium. In addition, Oak Park purchases copies of many titles available only to Oak Park cardholders. Therefore, wait times are often shorter than indicated on the Media on Demand website and in the Libby app.

Special features

  • Oak Park librarians create customized digital bookshelves
  • Titles can be renewed
  • Special reading rooms for kids and teens
  • Recommend 3 titles every 7 days

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TumbleBookLibrary »

Collection of animated, talking picture books that teach young children the joys of reading in a format they’ll love, for primary school students. Available on iOSAndroid, and in browser on laptop/desktop. Need help? Explore the user guide »

Checkout periods & lending limits

  • No holds, no waiting, no limits
  • Borrow as many titles as you want

Special features

  • New book in each genre featured daily
  • A collection of read-along books

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World Book eBooks »

Collection of exclusive, illustrated ebooks for kids. Available in browser on laptop/desktop.

Checkout periods & lending limits

  • No holds, no waiting, no limits
  • Borrow as many titles as you want

Special features

  • Find Lexile Level and Accelerated Reader information
  • Browse titles by grade level
  • Search for words, highlight, and add comments

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National Geographic Kids »

Go on amazing adventures in science, nature, culture, archaeology, and space. NatGeo Kids offers a complete run of the magazine from 2009 to the present, as well as books, videos, and images. High-quality informational texts are available for primary, upper elementary, and middle school students.

Available in browser on laptop/desktop.

Checkout periods & lending limits

  • No holds, no waiting, no limits
  • Borrow as many titles as you want

Special features

  • Point-and-click access to pictures, books, and magazines
  • Easy access to subject indexing and related terms
  • Authoritative nonfiction digital content in support of Common Core State Standards

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Hoopla »

More than 319,000 ebooks, 73,000 audiobooks, 15,000 comics, 13,000 movies, 22,000 TV show episodes, and 252,000 albums. Available on iOSAndroidKindle Fire HD/HDX, and in browser on laptop/desktop; stream on Apple TV, Fire TV, Android TV, Roku, and Alexa enabled devices.

First-time users & special features

  • Watch the learning video on this page to get started
  • Hoopla requires first-time users to create a username and password. You will need to remember this username and password to log in next time.
  • Download content on mobile devices for offline use
  • Hoopla also offers Kids Mode, a multi-format, digital media experience designed especially for kids (up to age 12). All of the content—movies, TV shows, music, audiobooks, eBooks, and comics—has been curated and brought together in this one family-friendly place. Read more about hoopla Kids Mode »
  • Need help? Explore FAQs »

Checkout periods & lending limits

Updating your hoopla PIN

  • As part of ongoing efforts to increase online security and data privacy, Hoopla now requires all users to provide their library Personal Identification Number (PIN) to borrow and stream. Here’s more detailed instructions based on how you are using hoopla:
  • The hoopla PIN does not replace the password created to log in to your Hoopla account. You will still need to use your password to log in.

Updating your library PIN

  1. Your library PIN is usually the last four digits of your account’s primary phone number.
  2. Please note: to protect patron privacy, library staff can remotely reset a PIN (so you can change it) but cannot share any PIN via phone or via email.
  3. You may change your PIN after you log into your account. Here’s how:
    • In the “Personal Information” tab, click “Change PIN.”
    • Enter your current PIN (the last four digits of your primary phone number).
    • Enter your desired new PIN.
    • Confirm your new PIN by entering it again.
    • Click “Update.”

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