The libraries may be closed but you can still run your group and "meet" with your friends.
What can we read?
There are a number of options to get your hands on books that you can discuss.
- Libby - There are a wide range of multiuse titles that you can all download and read at the same time.
List of all the audiobooks that are multiuse (pdf 608kb)
List of all ebooks that are multiuse (pdf 802kb)
Please contact us if you would like this information in an alternative format.
- Out of Copyright - Maybe it is time to try a classic? Why not choose an author that is out of copyright so you can all read them online.
Visit WebLinks for a list of sites that offer access to free e-books.
- Broaden your horizons - Rather than focusing on one title, choose an author or subject where you all have access to a book at home.
How do we access Libby?
Your group members will need to have a library card. If they are not a member they can
join online here.
Download the Libby app to get the best experience then search, borrow, download and read in one place (plus you get access to magazines as well as e-books and audiobooks!). You can download up to 10 e-books, 10 audiobooks and 10 magazines.
If you wish to use the a laptop, PC or Kindle Fire visit Libbyapp.com.
How do we "meet"?
There are a range of ways that you can arrange online meetings - with or without video!!
Below are a few services that offer both chat and video meetings - either via an app or website:
This list is not exhaustive nor do we endorse these particular services above any other, they are purely examples.
If I have a question who should I contact?
contact us here about the Libby service and their books.
We are not able to help with the online meetings though!
Page last updated: 23rd March 2021