eBooks and eAudiobooks

eAudiobooks and eBooks
Read or listen to books on your computer or mobile device. Try our eBooks and eAudiobooks on BorrowBox or eAudiobooks on uLibrary. Thousands of titles are available. 




Library card number and passcode required.  If you have forgotten your passcode, you need to visit the Library to obtain it. Choose from thousands of eAudiobook and eBook titles and download to your PC, Mac, or mobile device.
Items are available to borrow for 3 weeks and are renewable if the item has not been reserved. Up to 15 eBooks and 15 eAudiobooks can be loaned simultaneously but reservations are counted as loans.
New eBook and eAudiobook content added regularly! Our collection comes in a variety of culturally and linguistically diverse languages. We also now have children's comics and graphic novels in our collection.  Browse our BorrowBox ePress collection of magazines.

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Other online stories for young people are available through our Kids Play and Learn page.

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BorrowBox Help

Borrowing and reading eBooks on your computer or mobile device is simple and they can also be read on most eReader devices, including a Kobo. Further information available on the Help page.

uLibrary eAudiobooks



uLibrary is a provider of premium eAudiobook content, featuring authors such as Anne Cleeves, Clive Cussler and Jeffrey Archer, as well as an appealing range of other titles exclusive to the platform.

As a library member you are now able to access their content through the uLibrary app or via their website. There are no waiting lists with uLibrary: if a title is listed in the app then you can borrow it straight away.

uLibrary also gives you access to Book Clubs for both children and adults, where you will be able to discuss a monthly feature title with fellow uLibrary users. Please ensure you read the terms and conditions before using this feature.

The uLibrary App is available from the Apple App Store and Google Play Store. You can also use your web browser.

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Overdrive (Libby)

Borrow eAudiobooks to listen to on your phone or tablet using the Libby app by Overdrive. Our collection of eAudiobooks are available to stream or download for offline listening and you can sync your reading progress across devices. 


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Project Gutenberg

Fancy a classic? Over 46,000 free eBooks are available to download to your PC, Kindle, iPad, iPhone, Android or other portable device. No login required, and you can keep these Gutenberg eBooks for as long as you like.

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LibriVox volunteers record audiobooks of public domain titles, many from Project Gutenberg. Apps available for Android and Apple devices.

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