How to Use Libby
Find eBooks and audiobooks for all ages. With a selection of over two million titles to explore, there's something for everyone.
Step 2: Open Libby and find our library. Search by library name, city or ZIP code.
Step 3: Browse Licking County Library’s collection and borrow a title. When prompted, sign in with your library card and pin number. Click borrow. From your “Shelf” you can tap “Open Book” or “Open Audiobook” to start reading or listening to a title. Borrowed titles housed on your “Shelf” are available offline. To borrow new titles, Wi-Fi is required.
Browse titles, or if you don't have a mobile device, download directly to your desktop computer through The Ohio Digital Library.
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