eBooks, eMags, eAudio
Stanton Library & the Shorelink Library Network subscribe to a range of services providing free eBooks, eAudiobooks, digital magazines & newspapers for members to read and download.
Stanton Library staff run regular classes on how to use various library resources including eBooks and digital magazines.
Upcoming classes will be listed on our Technology Test Drive webpage. Contact the library if you need help getting started.
Comics Plus- Graphics Novels & Comics
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Shorelink library members now have access to Comics Plus and the Comics Plus Library Edition app for ios to read and download a huge range of comics and graphic novels.
First time users will need to sign up using your library card number and email address. If you are already a Zinio for Libraries user, you can use the same details to login and access Comics Plus straight away.
Bolinda Borrowbox- eBooks & eAudiobooks
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Shorelink library members are now able to borrow eBooks and eAudiobooks online or by use the Bolinda Borrowbox app (download the 'Bolinda Borrowbox' app from for Apple or Android devices), log in with your library card number and start downloading! This service features a whole new collection of titles...
Overdrive- eBooks & eAudiobooks
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Stanton's subscription to Overdrive offers fiction ebooks, classics and audiobooks which you can read (or listen to) online, or download to your computer or device using the Libby tablet app.
To get started, Overdrive has a range of useful help videos. To get it on your computer or device, see the compatible devices here.
RBdigital- digital magazines
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RBdigital is a digital platform giving access to thousands of popular magazines.
Digital editions of popular magazines can be downloaded and viewed on your desktop computer, laptop, ipad, iphone or Android-powered device using the RBdigital app.
You will need to register for access using your library card number, and create an account using your email address.
For complete step-by-step instructions on setting up and using RBdigital visit their useful help pages and download the guide relevant to your device.
(RBdigital was previously known as Zinio. Existing Zinio users can use the same details to log into the new RBdigital app.