Disney Digital Books

As part of our OverDrive eBooks subscription, Kent District Library now offers you access to almost 700 Disney Digital Books. Enjoy unlimited use of new and classic Disney books with just an internet connection and KDL library card! These interactive online books are both entertaining and educational for children. Features allow readers to “Look and Listen” to hear titles read out loud, find definitions in the dictionary, and have fun with Trivia Challenges.

Check out this exciting new service today!

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Katie is a Communications Assistant and helps spread the word about all the amazing things taking place at KDL. She loves her job so much that she returned to it following a four-year stint as a stay-at-home mom!



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8 Responses to “Disney Digital Books”

  1. Jeremy Steele Says:

    This is an AMAZING idea & one that my child & I will have an endless amount of fun doing together! Thanks KDL!

  2. Eric Says:

    If you like this resource, be sure to check out KDL’s TumbleBook Library as well (http://www.kdl.org/database_references/74). Another great interactive book resource.

  3. Elisabeth Says:

    The link for the above posting takes me to an invalid page. Is there another link?

  4. Katie Says:

    Hi Elisabeth,

    I just tested the link, and it appears to be working. Perhaps, the site was down when you tried earlier? Please try the link again, and let us know if you are still having trouble.

    Thanks!
    Katie
    KDL Staff

  5. Amy Says:

    I also could not get the site to come up, it took me to an invalid page

  6. Sheri Says:

    Hi Amy,

    I just tried the link, and it looks like it is working properly, so hopefully it was just a temporary glitch. You can also access the Disney Digital Books collection by going to http://ebooks.mcls.org — the Disney collection is prominently listed on the main page of this site.

    Thanks,
    Sheri
    KDL Webmaster

  7. Sharon Says:

    Is this service no longer available? I used it before, but KDL is not listed under the libraries.

  8. Sheri Says:

    Hi Sharon,

    KDL switched over to our own eBook collection in late summer — http://ebooks.kdl.org. When we did so, we decided not to continue our subscription to the Disney Digital Books, as there was some limitations to their use (they used Flash and therefore could not be used on iPads or other portable eReaders), and we instead devoted that money to purchasing additional children’s titles for our new collection (Berenstain Bears, Curious George, etc.) You can see all our Kids books at http://ebooks.kdl.org/BrowseKids.htm. Hope this helps!

    Thanks,
    Sheri
    KDL Webmaster
    webmaster@kdl.org