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Posted on: October 10, 2018

Ebooks and Audiobooks Now Available at Marshall Public Library Through Idaho Digital Consortium

The Marshall Public Library is expanding its offering of eBooks and audiobooks thanks to a new partn

The Marshall Public Library is expanding its offering of eBooks and audiobooks thanks to a new partnership with the Idaho Digital Consortium. 

Recently, the library joined forces with the group to grow its digital archive collection available for checkout through the Overdrive app. Through the new alliance, patrons will have access to newly released titles and a wider selection of eBooks and audiobooks. 

“You might not have time to stop by the library in a given week, but with Overdrive, you still have the ability to access the materials,” said Cresta Harwood, Administrative Assistant. “Overdrive is another way we can help people read as much as they’d like to.” 

The Idaho Digital Consortium is comprised of libraries around the Gem State. The group pools resources to purchase digital materials for their patrons. 

To check out an eBook or audiobook, visit

For more information on the programs and services available at the Marshall Public Library, visit

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