Overdrive Donates eBooks to San Bernardino Public Library for its Community

Overdrive Donates eBooks to San Bernardino Public Library for its Community

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Several eBook titles on grief, healing, and coping with tragedy, have been donated to the San Bernardino Public Library by Overdrive, which provides eBooks and audiobooks to the library.

“We’re very appreciative to the Overdrive Team for thinking of our patrons in the city of San Bernardino during this time,” said SBPL Library Director Ed Erjavek. “On behalf of the SBPL Board of Trustees and the city, the library is pleased to work together with Overdrive to help our community cope and offer these resources to our library cardholders.”

Among the titles donated:

In a Dark Wood by Joseph Luzzi
Kayak Morning by Robert Rosenblatt
When Tragedy Strikes by Charles Stanley
Through a Season of Grief by Bill Dunn
Journey to a New Beginning After a Loss
A Grief Observed by C.S. Lewis

Overdrive eBooks and audiobooks can be accessed by SBPL library cardholders by going to the library website at www.sbpl.org or selecting “E for Me” or directly at http://sbpl.lib.overdrive.com/. Under “Featured Collections” you may then select “Titles to Cope” to see the available titles.

Users may browse the library’s website, check out with a valid library card, and download to PC, Mac®, and many mobile devices. Users will need to install free software. For audiobooks, please download OverDrive® Media Console™. To read eBooks, users will need Adobe® Digital Editions. Titles can be enjoyed immediately or transferred to a variety of devices, including iPod®, Sony® Reader™, and many others. Some audio titles can also be burned to CD to listen on-the-go. Titles will automatically expire at the end of the lending period. There are no late fees.

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