Anvil Publishing Teams up with OverDrive to Offer eBooks and Audiobooks to Public Libraries Worldwide

Two hundred fifty titles now available for the first time for lending through the OverDrive platform

More than 200 Anvil Publishing titles are now available for purchase by digital libraries through OverDrive’s leading eBook and audiobook lending platform. This digital catalog is one of the premier eBook collections for Philippine fiction, children’s, and cookbooks available on the market today.

Currently, half of this catalog is available for everyone to borrow through Los Angeles Public Library (United States), Auckland Council Libraries (New Zealand), Evansville Vanderburgh Public Library (United States), Richmond Hill Public Library (Canada), and the National Library Board Singapore (Singapore). Notable titles available include Ang Larawan: From Stage to Screen, All My Lonely Islands, The Music Child and the Mahjong Queen, and the Philippine Food, Cooking, & Dining Dictionary.

Anvil Publishing joins 5,000 other publishers in the largest catalog of eBooks, audiobooks, and video for lending through the OverDrive network.

The said collection of eBooks can be accessed through http://digital.anvilpublishing.com/overdrive/. Purchase through OverDrive to make these great titles available to your patrons today.

 

About Anvil Publishing

Anvil Publishing, Inc. is an eleven-time Publisher of the Year awardee by the Manila Critics Circle, and one of the country’s biggest general trade book publisher with titles spanning the broad rays of Filipino life: business, cookery, leisure, lifestyle, fiction, self-help, reference, and children’s. 

About OverDrive

OverDrive is the leading digital distribution platform, supplying the industry’s largest catalog of eBooks, audiobooks, streaming video and periodicals to 34,000 libraries, schools and retailers worldwide. We support all major computers and devices, including iOS®, Android™, Chromebook™ and Kindle® (U.S. only). OverDrive delivers all digital media on a single platform, and offers innovations such as OverDrive Read, the breakthrough EPUB and HTML5 browser-based reading experience, and Read-Along eBooks.  Founded in 1986, OverDrive is based in Cleveland, Ohio USA and is owned by Tokyo-based Rakuten. For more information, visit www.overdrive.com or follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and our blog.

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