eBooks, eAudiobooks, Digital Magazines, Music


hoopla digital – Downloadable eBooks, eAudiobooks, Graphic Novels, Music, Movies & TV Episodes

With hoopla, you can check out a variety of content, including eBooks, eAudiobooks, digital music, streaming movies, and digital graphic novels. The best part about hoopla: there are no holds – if you see something in the catalog, you can immediately check it out. And like all digital content, there are no late fees. You can check out 6 items per month.


Freegal – Streaming & Downloadable Music 

Freegal Music is a free music service that offers 5 hours a day of ad-free streaming music and 5 song downloads per week. The catalog includes over 16 million songs, millions of albums, hundreds of curated playlists, and the ability to create your own playlists.  In total, the collection is comprised of music from 40,000+ labels with music that originates in 100+ countries. From today’s hottest and newest music to classical and jazz you are sure to find music to fit your tastes.  Free apps are available in the App Store and Google Play.

OverDrive – Downloadable eBooks, Audiobooks, Digital Magazines

Download eBooks and eAudiobooks to your computer or mobile device through OverDrive. OverDrive works with a variety of devices including PCs and Macs, iPads, iPhones, Android phones, Nooks, Kindles, and more. For a complete list of OverDrive-compatible devices, click here. You must have a valid Warren Public Library Card to use OverDrive.

General OverDrive Help:

Device Specific Instructions:

updated 8/6/21

  17 Responses to “eBooks, eAudiobooks, Digital Magazines, Music”

  1. Two questions:

    1. what is the length of time an e-book is available once it’s been transferred to my Kindle?

    2. Are e-books able to be renewed?

    Thank you

  2. Can I listen to an audio book on my Kindle Fire. I have tried with no success.

  3. How do i find a certain author on overdrive. The new format is more confusing.

    • Hello Patricia,

      At the upper right-hand side of the OverDrive website is an icon that looks like a magnifying glass. Click on that icon to bring up a search box to search by author, title, book series, narrator for audiobooks, etc…

      John Robertson
      Warren Arthur Miller Library

  4. How do I return books from my kindle after I read them before they are due back

  5. Do any of the Warren libraries offer Mango languages on-line? If so, please instruct me regarding how to access the web-site.
    Thank you.

    • Hello Ellen,

      The Warren Public Library does not offer Mango Languages. We do have a similar language learning database called Pronunciator. You can access it from our database page here.


      John Robertson

  6. How do I get a PIN for the Freegal service?

    • Hello Michael,

      You established a PIN when you filled out your application for a library card. To get your PIN simply visit the circulation desk of any Warren Public Library location with your ID and library card. Staff can provide you with your PIN or can change it for you.


      John Robertson
      Warren Arthur Miller Library

  7. I’m having issues placing holds and borrowing books through overdrive. The librarian was unsuccessful as well. My card is up to date. Please help.

  8. When I enter my Warren zip code on Freegal, it only gives me an Air Force & a Navy library to choose from…not WPL?!

    • Hello Lisa,

      Here is the direct link for Freegal if you are using a PC: https://libcoopmi.freegalmusic.com/home.

      If you are searching in the app, type in your zip code and scroll through the list and select Suburban Library Cooperative, as Freegal is provided to us through the Cooperative.

      Hope this helps – let us know if you have any other questions!

      John Robertson
      Warren Arthur Miller Branch Library

  9. Can you buy or recent books for college?

    • Hello Samantha,

      Thank you for your comment. Unfortunately, our eBook and eAudiobook collections are geared to popular fiction and nonfiction titles and we are unable to buy eBook copies of college textbooks.
      -John Robertson, Warren Arthur Miller Library

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