If you have a Kindle Fire, you might be able to use it with downloadable audiobooks and another format of eBooks. This blog post has instructions, though it does say this might not work on all devices.
You picked 'em: These were the most popular titles at the library in 2011, based on the number of checkouts. read more »
Antiques & Art Reference: Use this database of the sale prices of antiques at U.S. auction houses to determine the value of your antiques. With approximately 1,300 categories and related types, the Prices 4 Antiques database is increasingly used in place of the large number of reference books necessary to gain a comparable range and level of knowledge. read more »
What changes would you like to see to the Ohio eBook Project's web site? We'll pass along your suggestions; just use our "contact" form.
With OpenLibrary you can view or download over 2.7 million free classic eBooks from the Internet Archive, including great works in the public domain from over 600 libraries around the world. Using your Falls Library card you can also check out over 100,000 newer eBooks for up to 2 weeks and read them in your web browser or on your computer with Adobe Digital Editions. Many of the titles can also be transferred to a Nook or other ebook reader compatible with ePub or PDF formats. Learn more.
Get on the reserves list for things when we order them; we'll let you know when they're ready for you, and you can just pick them up at the checkout desk or the drive-up window. Find yourself something right now from our list of recently-ordered DVDs or other categories (and don't miss the teen and children's lists).