In the words of Tyrion Lannister, “There’s nothing in the world more powerful than a good story.”
Humans shared stories orally long before written language was developed; it’s no accident that audiobooks are incredibly popular.
The BSC Library has all kinds of eAudiobooks for your listening pleasure. Download them to your devices & enjoy! Among the hundreds of titles you will find are …
For more details about using ebooks (and eaudiobooks), click here.
To find what we have, search the PRIMO catalog and/or choose eBooks & eAudiobooks from our databases list. Specific databases to search for eAudiobooks include:
- Audiobook collection (EBSCOhost)
- Beyond Library Walls Digital Collection
Need more help? Ask a librarian.
Remember the New Year’s resolutions you came up with? Maybe not … statistics show that 77% of people give them up after the first few weeks.
We get it. There is so much to do and so little time. If only it were easier to accomplish goals … such as reading more books, getting more exercise, and saving money.
Well … there is a way!
Download free eAudiobooks from the BSC Library & work out at the same time! Not only will you strengthen your body and your mind, your money stays in your pocket & you will look forward to exercising because you want to get back to your book.
To find our eAudiobook (& eBook) collections:
Start from the BSC Library’s website
- Choose Journals, Magazines, eBooks & More
- Choose eBooks & eAudiobooks from the list
- Choose the collection you are most interested in [Note: How-to info & apps for your portable devices available with each collection.]
- Check out & download the titles you want & get started!
Need more help? Check out this download guide or ask a librarian.
With the death of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia over the weekend, this eAudiobook is timely:
Packing the Court : the Rise of Judicial Power and the Coming Crisis of the Supreme Court by James MacGregor Burns
‘From renowned political theorist and Pulitzer Prize winner James MacGregor Burns comes an illuminating critique of how an unstable, unaccountable, and frequently partisan Supreme Court has come to wield more power than the Founding Fathers ever intended.’ – Publisher’s description
“Packing the Court is just what you would expect of Burns: a readable and accessible history, full of memorable details … I was engaged, entertained and provoked by this surprising and energetic history of the Court.” –Jeffrey Rosen, The Washington Post
Check it out! Audiobook collection (EBSCOhost) (Choose eBooks & eAudiobooks)
October and dark tales go together. Now’s the time to listen to an eAudiobook from one of America’s best writers.
“The title work in this collection of ten short stories and poems is widely regarded as the most famous of Edgar Allan Poe’s writings. This unsettling tale in verse tells of a man’s slow descent into madness as he mourns the loss of his lover.” — LibraryThing
Reading is great. So is listening to great actors with great voices reading out loud. This eAudiobook collection of 100 poems will knock your socks off.
In this audiobook, “you will hear the music of the poems. Poetry unadorned. Words. Because in truth, great poetry needs nothing but a great actor, a voice as eloquent and expressive as the poem itself, to lift the poem off the page and into the heart.” — Glen Roven, Producer
Did you know ….
You don’t have to have an eReader to enjoy eBooks and eAudiobooks from the BSC Library? You can read/listen to them on your computer screen vs. downloading them to a portable device.
For more info, take a look at the how-to sections and help screens for the library’s various eBook & eAudiobook collections, OR ask a librarian for help.
Good listens can be good reads, too. This book won a 2012 Minnesota Book Award for Genre Fiction. Sit back in a quiet spot and enjoy!
“The summer of 1919 is now over, and on the high prairie, a small army of men, women, and machines moves across the land, harvesting the wheat. Custom threshers, steam engineers, bindle stiffs, cooks, camp followers, and hobos join the tide. Prosperous farmers proudly proclaim “Rain follows the plow,” meaning that the bounty of the land will never be exhausted. Wheat is king as people gleefully embrace the gospels of bounty and progress.
But with the wheat comes a serial killer who calls himself the Windmill Man and who believes he has a holy calling to water the newly plucked earth with blood …”
If you’d rather read than listen, we have this one in print, too.