Posted: Thursday 30th May 2019
Make a Noise in Libraries fortnight will soon be with us – check out our website for information about events near you. Hertfordshire Library Service offers lots of service to people with a visual disability including large print books, audio books as well as Ease of Access centres on out public PCs.
Download BorrowBox our elibrary to access thousands of e-audio books both fiction and non-fiction.
You can download books onto most tablets and devices as ebooks or audiobooks. There is also a elibrary of ebooks and audiobooks for children so with the Summer Reading challenge coming to Hertfordshire Libraries in July, it’s the perfect time for them to try out this free service and discover new authors.
Want to find out more about Queen Victoria after her 200 birthday last month? Use our online reference library to read contemporary reports about Victoria and Albert using resources like:
This resource covers regional newspapers across the country throughout the nineteenth century and beyond. Find other useful information newspaper sources about Queen Victoria from www.hertfordshire.gov.uk/Orlib such as The Times Digital Archive and the London Illustrated News or use the library app.
To access BorrowBox and other online services you have to be a library member. You can join the library online at www.hertfordshire.gov.uk/libraries or by visiting your local library.