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E Book Downloads For Your Personal Reading Device(s) from Rye Public Library!

The Rye Public Library offers e-book content for download to your personal reading device through our website. “ Your Rye Public Library card in good standing (current, no fines in excess of $10) provides all the access you need to enjoy these services! “ You can select from two sources for e-book content. Rye Public Library members can choose from offerings at the New Hampshire Downloadable Books Consortium“ as well as our Freading service. “ Click on the linked text to explore each option. “ You will find help resources at the landing pages of each e-book service,“  as well as at thier respective websites.“  Remember, You can always call , e-mail, or stop in to RPL for more information.



Hoopla digital is a new service offered by Rye Public Library bringing you an enormous selection of digital video (movies and TV shows), music, audiobooks, ebooks and comics! Hoopla has pioneered a unique model that allows patrons to borrow content immediately, without holds or wait lists.  This truly maximizes the power of digital content and Internet distribution.  Click  for our instruction sheet, or link direct to the hoopla website.   Download free hoopla apps for your Apple or Android devices too!

A Disclaimer

In the current state of the technology, downloading electronic content from “ our electronic book vendors may compromise library user confidentiality expectations as outlined in the Rye Public Library Privacy Policy and “ New Hampshire RSA 201-D:11 Library User Records; Confidentiality.

Functionality of our downloadable book utilities is established through agreements with many partnering vendors to provide down-loadable content to a wide variety of devices and platforms. “ By creating accounts with third party vendors (e.g. Amazon or Adobe) to download these materials, you may be allowing the vendors to store data about your reading/listening habits and download history via the Overdrive service.

By continuing e-content downloads via NHDB or Freading, you acknowledge acceptance of both the vendors’ terms of use as well as the possible compromise of the confidentiality of the library records generated by your e-content downloads.

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