E-books, Music and Films

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We provide best selling audio and print books you can checkout and download to a wide range of devices. Learn more about Digital Downloads
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Zinio Digital Newstand Platform offers you access to full digital copies of some of your favorite magazines. You can download and view these titles on your computer or mobile device. Learn more about using Zinio

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Download your favorite music from Freegal Music Downloads, a new FREE digital download for music. Learn more about using Freegal

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Hoopla is a free audio and video streaming service available to all Upper Arlington Public Library cardholders. Through Hoopla, patrons now have access to thousands of titles in video, music, and audiobook formats for streaming or temporary download. Content can be enjoyed on smartphones, tablets or computers. Learn more about Hoopla, check our support page, or download a copy of our Hoopla Instructions sheet.

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Schedule a 1-on-1 training with staff in our Media Services department. We can help you get started with UAPL's free eBooks and Magazines. Each session is up to one hour.

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Recommended E-Books

November is Native American Heritage Month, and in honor of that, we've selected a few works of Native American fiction from our eBook collection. Enjoy one of these stories from a contemporary Native American author.

The Media Blog

Watch Page Eight tonight

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Masterpiece just aired the second installment of the BBC series about MI5 agent Johnny Worricker. Turks & Caicos finds Johnny in retirement in the Carribean, but it isn't long before intigue and trouble visit him.

If you didn't catch the first installment of the story, titled Page Eight, you can watch it tonight on Hoopla. This service is free for library card holders and allows you to check out and watch movies, music, television shows and audiobooks from you computer, smartphone or tablet. Grab your library card, then visit the Hoopla website to sign up. You can start watching Page Eight as soon as you finish.

Have questions? Refer to our guide to get started with Hoopla. Need more help? Schedule a 1-on-1 session with a librarian. We'll help you set-up your device so you can use Hoopla, read eBooks and use our other digital services.

Mark Your Calendar

Spend a Sunday afternoon at the Opera with Christopher Purdy. We have chosen Puccini’s Turandot. Set in China and performed in Italian, it is a classic work that has been a favorite amongst opera lovers for generations. 140 min.

Related: La Boheme

When?
02/01/2015 - 2:00pm to 4:00pm
Where?
Friends Theater
Tremont Road - Main Library

Critics Choice

  • Boyhood (2014)

    “Life is the small things. Two bullies in a school bathroom. Waving goodbye to a friend you’ll never see again as you move to another town. The dweeb from work who shows up at your graduation party.Sure, there are big things, too. But most of “Boyhood,” the transcendent film from director Richard Linklater, has to do with the smaller particles, the everyday moments and scares and joys.That time your dad took you camping. Your first girlfriend and first breakup. The discovery of some vague carcass in the dirt. Your stepfather driving drunk, a 7-year-old ogling a lingerie magazine, your older sister driving you crazy with her Britney Spears impersonation.Linklater has crafted what may be the most ingenious film of the century here and given it a tone like no other by shooting the movie in bits and pieces over 12 years, following 6-year-old Mason (Ellar Coltrane) as he grows to be 18.” Tom Long

  • Ida (2014)

    “For nearly a year, Pawel Pawlikowski's quietly astounding drama “Ida” has been making the film-festival rounds to deserved admiration. Winner of Poland's highest movie honor, the director and co-writer Rebecca Lenkiewicz's masterful work takes on the vital stuff — identity, faith, history, unimaginable loss — with a meditative yet absorbing authority. Unforgettable performances from newcomer Agata Trzebuchowska as Anna/Ida and Agata Kulesza as Wanda buttress the black-and-white stunner.” Lisa Kennedy

  • Finding Vivian Maier (2014)

    “In 2007, John Maloof, a young writer working on a history of the Chicago neighborhood where he grew up, purchased a cache of photographic negatives at auction that he quickly surmised wouldn’t be of much help in his research. He set them aside, only later examining them further to conclude that they were, in fact, brilliant examples of mid-20th century street photography. They were made by Vivian Maier, a Chicago woman with no discernible footprint in the art world or digital universe at large.” Ann Hornaday