eBooks, eAudiobooks and eMagazines
Explore our Digital Library - free with your library membership
Why not try listening to your library book with one of our wide range of free eAudiobooks? Listen at home or while you’re out and about.
Why not carry an eBook in your pocket, ready to read whenever you have a spare moment? Very useful when stuck in a queue or travelling light.
We highlight new themes and the latest books as well as a selection of the best titles without any queues.
eBooks and eAudiobooks are becoming more and more popular – your library card gives you access to a great free range of titles.
Download the BorrowBox app from your usual app store, or using the links at the bottom of the BorrowBox website
Or listen to eAudiobooks via the BorrowBox website
For users of eReaders, download eBooks via the BorrowBox website and transfer files using Adobe Digital Editions software.
You can also search, borrow and reserve eBooks or eAudiobooks via the library catalogue.
To use any of these options, have your library card and pin number ready.
How to use BorrowBox (short video)
Frequently asked questions
A frequently asked questions document is available that provides more details about using Borrowbox.
A guide to searching and browsing Borrowbox is available to assist with finding your preferred titles.
For eReader users, additional information is available via the following:
Accessibility features on BorrowBox
- Go to ‘My Loans’, then tap on the Account logo (to-right of the screen).
- Scroll down to ‘BorrowBox Tips’ to see if this answers your question.
- If there is still a problem, tap on ‘Send Feedback’. This opens a draft email that includes relevant contact and technical details. Just add details of your query before sending.
- Log onto the website, then select ‘Help’ from the dropdown menu at the top of the screen
- If this doesn't answer your questions, scroll down to ‘Who can I contact to get help’
Libby from Overdrive offers a wide range of digital magazines with great ways to search and explore new titles. Magazine titles include popular publications including BBC Good Food, National Geographic and New Scientist, lifestyle magazines, TV guides and many more.
Download the Libby App
Or read eMagazines via your computer or smart device using the Overdrive Website
You could also search for eMagazines via the Library Catalogue
To use any of these options, please have your library card and pin number ready.
Unable to use Libby?
How to use Libby - short videos
Accessibility features on Libby
Discover Libby eMagazine functions and accessibility options.
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