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Access eBooks, Magazines and Newspapers for free on your phone or tablet.

Overdrive/Libby
Download the app to access eBooks, eAudio through our subscription to Overdrive. There are over 7000 books in the collection. We have classics, horror, sci-fi as well as all the latest chart toppers. If you are stuck for something to read, look out for our inspiring displays. There are never any late fees as the books are automatically returned at the end of the loan period.

 

RB Digital
Download the app to get free access to over 500 audio books,  660 magazines titles and their back issues too. Browse your library's collection of popular magazine titles with no holds and no limit to the number of magazines you can download. It also requires that you create a username and password.  If you are having problems with this please contact them directly.

 

Press Reader 
Download the app to access 6000 newspapers from over 100 countries in 60 languages.

 

Home Library Service Home Library Service

Lewisham Libraries have a wide range of books in large print, Audiobooks on CD and tape, eAudio books  that we can deliver to you in your home or Care Home.

We offer this service to those people who by reason of disability, illness, age or being a ‘carer’ cannot get into the library to select their own books.

There is no age limit on this service and it is completely free. Those who use the home library service include children who are temporarily out of school, adults recovering from illness, older housebound people and registered members of the RNIB. ​

A regular member of staff member will visit once a month. You can make specific requests, which are also provided free of charge. They will also advise on reading choices and give you new authors to try.

To register with our Home Library Team please contact us.

Home Library Service
Tel:   020 8314 6254
Email:  libraries@lewisham.gov.uk

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