Download books, magazines, & music
Whether you’re on the road or in the comfort of your own home, as long as you can access the internet, you can get free materials in a variety of formats from Spokane Public Library. Downloads are provided by third-party vendors so you’ll need to create an account using your library card and pin. If you’re using a mobile device, you may want to download an easy-to-use app. Never be without a book again!
Here’s a quick-start guide to digital downloads, with more detailed information below.
eBooks (from Open Library)
Access nearly 40,000 eBooks from Open Library. Open Library is a partnership with The Internet Archive and participating libraries that have selected digitized books from their collections that are available to be borrowed by one patron at a time from anywhere in the world for free.
Digital storybooks, videos, read-a-longs, puzzles and games for kids!
Downloads are provided by third-party vendors. In most cases you will need to create an account, and you may need to download software to access these materials.
You can also visit our Digital Branch for online research and educational tools.
Online research, educational tools, and digital downloads are not included with free reciprocal cards. If you have questions about what type of card you have, please contact us.
Check it out: we have mobile apps for most of our digital downloads.