Library Service Provides 24/7 Access to Digital Media

Enjoy popular and award winning digital media from the comfort of your home
or shorten your commute with best-selling or classic titles!

The Waltham Public Library is proud to offer you popular eBooks and audio books, downloads to access anytime, from anywhere in the world. Joining top rated libraries like New York, Cleveland, Boston, and Denver, we are proud to announce this at-home or in-the-office 24/7 service of a new way to enjoy your library.

Our online collection is guaranteed to have something for you! From popular fiction novels by Nora Roberts and James Patterson, to classic works from Mark Twain and William Shakespeare, our digital library spans nearly every genre. You can download bestselling fiction novels, popular biographies, self-improvement guides, and more! Imagine listening to or reading well-known classical literature, popular novels or books on current events on your commute to the office; compliments of the Waltham Public Library

WPL is also participating in the Overdrive Advantage program allows libraries in MLN to purchase additional Overdrive titles for their own libraries’ patrons. This shortens waiting periods on the hottest new titles.

Getting started is easy! Visit the website, , install the free media software, browse the collection, and select titles to add to your Cart. Check out is simple. Just enter a valid library card number and download the digital media to your personal computer. When the download process is complete, you can enjoy titles on your PC or transfer to any compatible device.

So what’s the catch? There is none! Digital downloads are easy to check out and download, and the best part is- there are never any late fees because your titles are automatically returned at the end of the lending period. Have a new eReader, MP3 player or smartphone? Great! The Help feature on the digital media catalog will get you started with step-by-step instructions tailored to your device.

Try it out today!

posted by Deb

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