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The Lexington Public Library provides multiple resources for free digital content. These include opportunities to download eBooks, audiobooks, and magazines.

  • eBooks

    Books to read on your computer or mobile device.

  • Magazines

    Read digital issues from our collection.

  • 741.5

    The Comics & Graphic Novel Bulletin of the Lexington Public Library

  • Audiobooks

    Listen to books on your computer or mobile device.

  • Podcasts

    Listen to our librarians talk about books, cooking, local history, and more.

The links provided include tutorials and frequently asked questions.  If you find that you need one-on-one assistance setting up your device to work with our eLibrary services, you can Book a Librarian.  We'll be happy to help!


eBooks & Audiobooks

OverDrive eBooks & Audiobooks

(Note:  OverDrive may be unavailable from 6-8am on the third Thursday of the month due to system maintenance.)


Flipster Magazines

Please note:  We are currently investigating a compatibility issue with Flipster and Firefox versions 80 and above.  If you are using a web browser to access Flipster, please use a browser other than Firefox or magazines may not load correctly.  We are working with the software vendor to find a solution as quickly as possible.  Thanks for your patience.




    Checked Out: A Virtual Book Club

    Join librarians Alexa and Jenny as we talk books. What we're currently loving, what we're hating, and what we can't wait to read next!

    Library Cooks: A Virtual Cookbook Review

    Join librarians Erin and Jennifer as they review new and classic cookbooks by testing and discussing the recipes.

    Tales from the Kentucky Room

    Stories of Lexington, Kentucky’s history and people.

    One Book One Podcast

    The Lexington Public Library's virtual book club for our 2016 One Book One Lexington pick, How It Went Down by Kekla Magoon.



    The Comics & Graphic Novel Bulletin of the Lexington Public Library

    741.5 is written and designed by Lexington Public Library staff member Bill Widener to promote new arrivals to the Library's comics collections.