Denver Public Library offers several resources to download content. You can access these resources on your computer, on devices like eReaders, as well as in apps. Check each service for the options they offer.

eBooks & Audio eBooks

  • Libby (OverDrive)

    Our largest collection of eBooks and Audio eBooks for adults, kids and teens. PLEASE NOTE: changes are coming to Libby (Overdrive) for Colorado eCard holders who do not live in the City and County of Denver. Learn more.

  • TumbleBooks for Kids

    Animated story books, read-alongs, graphic novels and more.

  • Bookflix

    Pairs classic video storybooks with related fiction and nonfiction books for pre-K through 3rd grade, from Scholastic.

  • Reference eBooks (Gale)

    Online encyclopedias for research and homework.

  • MakeMake

    Includes 400 high quality, authentic Spanish language children’s books. You’ll find picture books, read-along books with audio, and interactive eBooks complete with a Spanish language search and interface.

  • Denver Public Library - Open Libraries

    Digitized books from the Internet Archive.


  • Kanopy

    Stream classic films, indie cinema, award winning documentaries and The Great Courses. Plus movies and TV shows for kids. Limited to Denver residents.

  • The Shelf TV

    Stream adult Spanish movies, TV shows, and recorded live performances like operas, ballets and theater plays. Children's content includes podcasts, video games, and animation episodes. Instructions for logging in the first time, and for return visits.

Magazines and Newspapers

  • Libby (OverDrive)

    Our largest collection of digital magazines.

  • Flipster

    Digital magazines you won't find on any other platform.

  • New York Times

    Enjoy full, unlimited access to the New York Times online.


  • Freegal Music+

    ​An ad-free, unlimited streaming music platform that provides access to millions of songs from 200+ genres. Download up to 5 songs each week.

  • Music Online Database

    Combined search for these streaming music databases: American Music, Classical Music, Jazz, Popular Music and World Music, which includes Contemporary World Music and Smithsonian Global Sound.