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Download songs from Sony's music catalog for free! The library now subscribes to Freegal, a service which allows APLD cardholders to download 3 songs a week free. Songs are yours to keep; you can save them to an mp3 player or even burn them to a CD. Click the freegal music app above to learn more.
eBook and Audio Book Owners!
Are you looking for the perfect and affordable place for uploading content? Look no further! Card holders of the Antioch Public Library District are just clicks away from 100's of thousands of free downloads through MyMediaMall.
All EPUB and many PDF eBooks at this site are ready to enjoy on many of the popular eReaders. A complete list of eReaders, compatible phone, and audio devices are available through the MyMediaMall database or by going online at either MyMediaMall.com or overdrive.com.
To access the MyMediaMall database click on the Research Center link to the right of this page. Then under Search the Databases click the link "to access the library databases." Once there just scroll down to the MyMediaMall section and click to view the multitude of titles available for free download. And everything is available 24/7 regardless if the library is open or closed.
A current APLD library card and pin number are required. See a Circulation Desk clerk to obtain a pin number if you do not already have one.
Learn A New Language This Year!
Mango Languages is an online language-learning system that teaches actual conversation skills for a wide variety of languages. Learn French, German, Russian, Spanish, Italian, Greek, Japanese, Mandarin Chinese and Brazilian Portuguese in a fun, interactive environment. An active Antioch Public Library District card and pin number are required to use Mango. Click on Research Center to the right of this page. Click on the link that says "Click here to access the library databases." Then choose Mango from the list that appears on the next page. Users are asked to set up an account with Mango so that progress through the lessons can be tracked.