Georgia Download Destination & RBdigital

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Overdrive/Libby is a reading app for borrowing digital books and audiobooks.  You will need a valid PINES library card from any Chestatee Regional Library branch to create an account.  It is compatible with all Apple and Android devices.  If you have a Kindle Fire or another type of Kindle e-reader (including Paperwhite and Oasis), you can now use Overdrive to send books to your device through the Kindle app store or your Amazon account. 

Once you have created your account, you can download the Android or Apple app to access Overdrive/Libby on your mobile device.

For a helpful guide, “How to Use Libby”, click here.




eRead Kids
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Build confidence, improve reading skills, and have fun with eRead Kids, a digital library available through all public libraries in Georgia.

This free collection of ebooks and audio books is for kids pre-K through fourth grade. It’s a mix of fiction and non-fiction titles that can be downloaded onto computers, tablets, and smartphones, giving young readers access to over 15,000 books.

Click here to check out eRead Kids anywhere with an internet connection. You only need your library card number and account password to log in. You can also access eRead Kids through the Axis 360 mobile app on your Android or Apple device. All for free through your local library!

Online Magazines & Periodicals


With RBdigital, your Chestatee Library card, and a compatible eReader or Internet access, you can download and view a huge collection of full-color digital magazines—anytime, anywhere, and free of charge! Your library’s collection of popular digital magazines includes both new and backlist titles with no holds, no checkout periods, and no limits.


Once you have created an account, you can download the Android or Apple app to access RBdigital on your mobile device.



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Chestatee Regional Library has digital subscriptions to Dawson County News and The Gainesville Times. Only available onsite at Dawson or Lumpkin County Library.