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Peace Dale Elementary School Library: E-Books "How-to"

Getting Started

Did you know that through your school library you have access to hundreds of e-book titles as well as audio book titles??!? All for free! Watch this short video to learn more!

Please note: you'll need a password to access eBooks.



Your username/password is as follows:

USERNAME: sks320_ _ _ _           (sks+your individual student #)

PASSWORD: 320 _ _ _ _            (just your student #)



Please see Mrs. Badigian for your username and password.


Getting Started with e-books

Look at the slide show below for a step-by-step guide.



How to Access e-books/audio- books through your school library

1. Go to the Peace Dale Elementary School Library Catalog 

2. Make sure you login.

3. Look for the "e-books" ribbon

4. Click on the title that you would like to read or click on "See All" for more titles

Please note: 

  • an eBook may be opened and read without checking it out.
  • But if you close the eBook someone else can check it out.
  • You would no longer have access to it if it is a "single-use" title. 
  • So, best practice is to check the book out if you want to be absolutely sure it will be there when you need/want it.

Here's a list of  devices and the ways to download Destiny Discover App, depending on your device/operating system:

The Destiny Read app is only available for iOS (Apple) devices at this time. 


Apps to Download and Read and Other sources for e-books

Please note: 

Destiny Read app is used with Follett eBooks only- these are the books available through your school library catalog.  Here's how to access Destiny Read on different devices.

Here are some other sources of e-books:

* Epic - free accounts for verified educators

OverDrive and Libby apps: 

These apps allow you to access free e-books and audiobooks through the public library. Both apps were created by Overdrive, Libby being the newer and more visual, easy-to-use app.

  Here's more about the difference between them.