e-Books, e-Audio/Talking books & e-Magazines
Download e-Books , e-Audio/Talking books & e-Magazines to a wide variety of devices for free
We have been made aware that due to a recent upgrade, customer's using the BorrowBox app on Apple devices may experience problems downloading digital resources or find that already borrowed titles aren't opening and appear to be loading again. If you have been affected by this, please uninstall the BorrowBox app and reinstall the latest version. If you require any further assistance regarding this matter, please email: email@example.com
Experience the world of e-Books, e-Audio/Talking books and e-Magazines with BorrowBox
Log in/Register here (or click the image below) and download e-Books, e-Audio/Talking books and e-Magazines to your device using the BorrowBox app.
For further assistance please have a look at the guides below or watch our BorrowBox App - user guide video, full instructions are also provided on the BorrowBox site.
How do I register?
Simply register on the site with your library barcode and PIN (if you require help with this please email firstname.lastname@example.org), then login and start searching.
What can I borrow?
You can borrow or reserve up to six e-Books or up to ten e-Audio/Talking books and e-Magazines simultaneously for free from BorrowBox and download them to a wide variety of devices.
How long can I borrow them for?
Loans are for 21 days and your loan will automatically expire after this time but you can return your copy early to release it for other users and borrow another.
e-Books and e-Magazines can be downloaded to computers and laptops directly from our library catalogue, BorrowBox or by downloading the free BorrowBox app to Apple devices, android tablets and smart phones. They can be downloaded to a Kindle Fire but cannot be downloaded to the Kindle reader due to Amazon's policy.
The library services aims to have a varied selection of stock available to our customers and add more content to increase the collection on a monthly basis. Stock suggestions can be made by emailing email@example.com. Please provide the details of the title you would like to suggest and why you feel it would be a worthwhile addition to stock. All recommendations will be considered, however as we operate within a small budget it may not be possible to purchase all suggested items.
Digital e-books of the month
Multiple copies available to download FREE from 1st January.
Two sisters, four nights, one city.
April, 1941. Belfast has escaped the worst of the war - so far. Over the next two months, it's going to be destroyed from above, so that people will say, in horror, My God, Belfast is finished.
Many won't make it through, and no one who does will remain unchanged.
Following the lives of sisters Emma and Audrey - one engaged to be married, the other in a secret relationship with another woman - as they try to survive the horrors of the four nights of bombing which were the Belfast Blitz, These Days is a timeless and heart-breaking novel about living under duress, about family, and about how we try to stay true to ourselves.
After eighteen-year-old Samuel finds himself in the middle of a drug deal gone wrong, he is forced to leave home in a hurry. Heading south, he finds refuge in a sleepy coastal town, working as a live-in assistant to the son of a wealthy family.
When the body of a young man washes up in Stockholm's southern archipelago, investigator Manfred Olsson is called in to work the case. With his two-year-old daughter in a coma, he is reluctant to leave her bedside - but once another body is discovered, his search for the killer intensifies.
As Samuel adjusts to life under the radar, he begins to feel safe, even with a gang out for blood and the police on his trail. But it isn't long before he realises that his sanctuary may be home to a deadly secret.
If you require any assistance accessing or using our Digital Library please speak to a member of staff in any West Lothian Library or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The RNIB website has some helpful information available on RNIB - Reading and Books
RNIB Talking Book Service
The RNIB has made their Talking Book Service available free of charge to any UK resident who is blind, partially sighted or who has an impairment that prevents or limits them from reading standard print.
Giving you access to over 40,000 fiction and non fiction books for adults and children in accessible formats that suits you.