DOWNLOADS and STREAMING


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Find eBooks, audio books, videos and music through the Library’s subscriptions to these download services.  Access is supported on a wide variety of computers and portable devices. A collection of eBooks, audiobooks, and videos for downloading to your computer, eBook reader, smartphone, or other portable device. Titles available include best-sellers, classics, popular fiction and non-fiction reference materials, study aids, young adult, and children’s materials. Access the collection with your Lake Forest Library card number.
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Our new eBook service, exclusively for Lake Forest Library patrons! This service works only on app-capable devices (iPad, Nook, Nexus, etc.) To get access, visit your device's App Store and download the 3M Cloud Library app. You can also view and check out our collection online here (reading app for Windows | Mac).

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The library provides unlimited digital access to 90+ magazines with just your library card number and a Zinio account. Sign up and download the newest editions of Newsweek, Forbes, and Cosmo each month! Enjoy your magazines in your web browser on the go with apps for Apple and Android devices.
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Discover and download MP3 music tracks from Sony Music Entertainment’s catalog. Each Lake Forest Library cardholder can download 3 tracks per week beginning each Monday. Once logged in, a usage counter in the upper right corner of the page shows you how many downloads you have used. To download, select “download now,” and save it to your desktop. Don't worry about return dates or fines, once you download the song, its yours!

1 credit for Music / 2 credits for Music Videos
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The LibraryBox is a wireless network used to provide free eBooksand other content to the public. There is no login required and it is completely free. It utilizes open source code from NYU professor David Darts with modifications made by the Lake Forest Library.
Uses: Currently, the main use of the LibraryBox is to provide quality public domain and creative commons licensed materials to the public. We plan to expand this to be a place for you to share your art, writing, and music.