Read ebooks on almost any device with the Libby app- including your smartphone, tablet, or Kindle device; or, access ebooks on the web from your computer or laptop.
Download or open Libby on your device:
- iOS devices: Apple App Store
- Android devices: Google Play
- Amazon Fire tablets: Amazon Appstore
- Windows, Mac, and Chromebooks: libbyapp.com
Note: libbyapp.com works best in up-to-date versions of Chrome, Safari, Firefox, and Edge
- Borrow a book on one of the devices above and easily send it to you Kindle eReader
If you do not have an ereader device, the library has a small selection of Nook eReaders available for loan. Contact the library for more information.
There are hundreds of books to choose from - new ebook titles purchased by your library plus a rotating collection of complimentary ebook and eaudiobook titles. Explore the collection through catalog guides, subjects, featured titles, and curated lists. It's a delight to discover new books through Libby.
Scarborough Public Library patrons can borrow up to three ebooks at a time via Libby. Choose a loan period up to three weeks, with the possibility of a three-week renewal if the item is not on hold for another patron. Users can also have up to five books on hold at any given time.
Visit the Libby Launch Page for more information on this service.
For more information on using Libby consult the Libby Help center, or contact the library.
The first time you visit the website or open the app you'll be promted to "Search For A Library." Select "Scarborough Public Library" and then select "Sign In With My Card." When prompted, enter your fourteen-digit barcode number.
If you have questions about installing or using the Libby app or web interface, contact the Reference Desk at 207-883-4723, option 4; or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org