Listening to books just keeps getting better. I always have at least one audiobook in progress on my “reading shelf.” Recently I’ve started borrowing audiobooks from Princeton Public Library’s OneClickDigital collection. No more shuffling CD discs in the car stereo; my phone holds my audiobooks. They travel where I go and OneClick’s new iOS, Android, and Kindle apps make it easy to play them whenever I have a moment to listen. No more searching for compatible titles and worrying about what file type I’m downloading, and all titles are compatible with all Apple® devices.
New content, new titles
If you haven’t explored the over 1,200 audiobook titles for beginning readers, children, young adults, and adults, now is the time to take a closer look.
As promised, we’ve recently added more audiobooks with great appeal to our adult audiences. 2012 National Book Award winner Louise Erdrich’s “The Round House,” and titles from nominees Juno Diaz and Dave Eggers are freshly added to the collection. You can download the popular Pimsleur language learning courses in six languages (Arabic, French, German, Italian, Japanese, and Spanish).
For the family, find best-selling authors with kid and teen appeal such as Avi, Jeff Kinney, Meg Cabot, Walter Dean Myers and many more. Also included are 200 classic titles like "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn," "Anna Karenina," "Peter Pan" and other titles on required reading lists for school.
You can check out a maximum of three audiobooks at a time for up to seven days and download them to your device. Books are automatically returned to the library’s digital collection at the end of the lending period. You will need a valid Princeton Public Library card to check out audiobooks.
Why wait? Jump in and download, listen, and enjoy a great selection of books, free, from OneClickDigital.