To Read And Download E books:Log in to or download the Overdrive or Libby app.  Select the Canton Public Library and use your library card number starting with P; if you only have 3 numbers on your card, add a 0 (zero) after the P.

  1. Install the free Libby app from your app store or from app. 

  2. The app is available for  Android, Chromebooks, iOS (iPhone/iPad/ iPad touch), Kindle Fire tablets, Kobo tablets, NOOK tablets, Windows 10, and Windows Phone.

  3.  Open the Libby app and follow the prompts to sign in or sign up for a free Overdrive Account. If you're under 13, select I am under 13 years old instead  (Note: You won't see these prompts on Windows Phone or in older versions of the Overdrive app. In those cases, skip this step and move to step 3).                               

  4. Use the  app's ADD A LIBRARY (or GET BOOKS) feature to find and save Missouri Libraries 2 Go.                                             Web address:

  5. Log into your library's OverDrive website with your library card to see all the eBooks available at your branch.Tap or move your mouse over an available ebook, then select BORROW.

  6. Once you've borrowed an eBook, you'll choose either to download EPUB eBooks * to the OverDrive App   OR    Read most eBooks in your browser (without downloading)                                                                                       Note:  If you're using Windows Phone or an older version of the OverDrive app. you'll need to authorize your device with an ID to download EPUB eBooks. It's a one-time, free process that takes just moments to complete.                        

eBooks from your library​

Digital content is always available! 


Download the Libby app to access thousands of eBooks, eMagazines, eAudiobooks and streaming videos.

Also available is access to Tumblebooks!

TumbleBook Library includes more than 550 titles of animated talking picture books, books in English, French and Spanish, read-alongs, non-fiction books, and National Geographic Videos. 


TumbleBook Library provides unlimited viewings, so multiple children can read the same book at the same time. The books are streamed through the web page, not downloaded, and the audio can be turned on or off so that children can practice reading. TumbleBook Library can be used at home by accessing: or clicking the Tumblebooks logo at the top of the page.


TumbleBook Library  is supported by the Institute of Museum and Library Services under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act as administered by the Missouri State Library, a division of the Office of the Secretary of State.