Short of a book to read?
17 June 2020
Lancashire Library Services have been working hard to give you easy access to reading material from home. They are excited to announce that library users have free access to a whole range of newspapers, magazines and comics through RBdigital as well as all of their ebooks.
Pupils must be a member of Lancashire Libraries to access these resources as you will need your library card number*, but it is FREE to join the library and it can be done online.
Please see below for instructions on how to join the library, or go to Your Library at Home www.lancashire.gov.uk/libraries-and-archives/libraries/your-library-at-home/ to see what they have to offer and how to download from BorrowBox and RBdigital.
If you are joining from scratch, be careful entering your email address - you must enter your personal email address (not a school one) as this is where your library number will be sent.
Joining the library is free. If you are under 16 you can join the library by yourself; they will send your parent/carer a letter to tell them about the services you are entitled to and a membership card will be posted once the libraries have re-opened.
To Join: Click on the link: www.lancashire.gov.uk/libraries-and-archives/libraries/library-services/?page=2. Scroll down and click on the green button. This will take you to the form to complete to join the library. You will need to provide your name, DOB and contact information.
Please be aware it may take a little bit longer to join you up than normal, so please bear with them. You should receive an email with your membership number within a week.
Your PIN number if you already have your library card is normally your DOB e.g. 12 June = 1206
Download the BorrowBox free app www.borrowbox.com