Help with eBooks

Welcome to cloudLibrary: our new eBook and eAudiobook lending platform.

 

Discover new content, borrow your favorites, and save future reads with the cloudLibrary app. You can read or listen to eBooks and eAudiobooks on the go, at home, or in the Library!

download cloud library, available on apple app store, mac os, google play, kindle fire, chromestore, windows, and nook apps

BCCLS and the Emerson Public Library now offer thousands of popular eBooks through the cloudLibrary digital lending platform. Offered at no cost to residents of any of the 76 BCCLS towns, all that’s needed to get started is a valid Library card.

Our Library’s eBook and eAudiobook collection includes popular titles from Liane Moriarty, John Grisham and many more. New titles will be added to our digital collection weekly.

Simple steps to get started:

The easy-to-use interface makes it simple to download titles, save reads for later, and even sync activity across multiple devices. Check out up to 5 titles at one time and keep them for up to 14 days. Items simply disappear when the due date arrives so there are no late fines.

You can also search for, borrow, and manage cloudLibrary eBooks right from BCCLS.org by logging in using your Library Card # or Username and Password/Pin. Titles will then be automatically delivered to your cloudLibrary app.

cloudLibrary is compatible with the following devices:

  • iPad
  • iPhone
  • iPod Touch
  • Android phones
  • Android tablets
  • NOOK Tablets
  • NOOK eReaders
  • Kobo eReaders
  • Kindle Fire tablets**

Unfortunately, cloudLibrary does not work with Kindle e-ink readers such as the Kindle Paperwhite at this time.

For additional technical assistance, please visit the cloudLibrary support page, call the Library at 201-261-5604, or email eBCCLS.


*This is the pin/password you created when you signed up for your Library card. If you never set up a Library card password, please visit the Library and we can create one for you.

**Please note, the cloudLibrary app does not appear in the Kindle Fire App Store. To download the cloudLibrary app on your Kindle Fire, please click here and follow the three-step directions.

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