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LOOK AHEAD library

Description

It is free to join the library and we are more than just books. You will need to be a member of the library service. You need a library card number and PIN to access the majority of online services. https://www.eastridinglibraries.co.uk/memberships/

There are eBooks, eAudiobooks and eMagazines all free to download to your device. Free unlimited WiFi, internet and public access computers in every library. A public library catalogue where you can search, reserve and renew items. Regular social groups for all ages and free to attend. Support for those living with dementia and their carers and specific reading lists of self-help titles. Short descriptions of these resources and links are below.

Disability Book Collection
A range of titles for parents, professionals and children on subjects relating to special educational needs and disabilities.
Visit the library catalogue Disability Collection (external Council website)

 

Dyslexia Friendly Book Collection
Dyslexia friendly fiction titles for reading ages 6-8 years but for interest age of 8-25 years.
Visit the library catalogue Dyslexia Friendly Book Collection (external Council website)

 

Large Print books
These books offer a range of fiction and non-fiction titles for children with sight impairment where Large Print books may support reading.
Visit the library catalogue Large Print Collection (external Council website)

 

Audiobooks
Listen to all your favourite novels and authors with free to borrow books on CD and cassette. View the Library catalogue (external Council website)

Children’s audiobooks on cassette

Children’s audiobooks on CD

Teenage audiobooks on CD

Adult audiobooks on Cassette

Adult audiobooks on CD

 

Health Zone
Your local library has the tools you need to take control of your own health and wellbeing. Or join in our groups and make friends to stop loneliness and learn new skills.
Visit Read yourself well (external Council website)

 

Digital Library
Listen to or read your favourite authors on compatible Apple, Android, Kindle and Amazon Fire devices, and on your desktop PC or laptop. All free. Read over 50 free eMagazines and have access to a full year of back issues on the library website.

eAudiobook instructions

eBook instructions

eMagazine instructions

 

Research 24/7
East Riding of Yorkshire library members can enjoy the benefits of free access to up to date and reliable information from some of the world's most trusted resources.
All resources can be accessed without limits on the library computers. You can also access nearly all of these resources from home and on your mobile devices. In some instances you may need your library card number for full access unless you are using a computer in the library.
Visit the library Research 24/7 (external Council website)

 

What’s on
All library events and activities are for everyone
Search for upcoming events at East Riding Libraries
Find out What’s On at the library (external Council website)

 

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Description

It is free to join the library and we are more than just books. You will need to be a member of the library service. You need a library card number and PIN to access the majority of online services. https://www.eastridinglibraries.co.uk/memberships/

There are eBooks, eAudiobooks and eMagazines all free to download to your device. Free unlimited WiFi, internet and public access computers in every library. A public library catalogue where you can search, reserve and renew items. Regular social groups for all ages and free to attend. Support for those living with dementia and their carers and specific reading lists of self-help titles. Short descriptions of these resources and links are below.

Disability Book Collection
A range of titles for parents, professionals and children on subjects relating to special educational needs and disabilities.
Visit the library catalogue Disability Collection (external Council website)

 

Dyslexia Friendly Book Collection
Dyslexia friendly fiction titles for reading ages 6-8 years but for interest age of 8-25 years.
Visit the library catalogue Dyslexia Friendly Book Collection (external Council website)

 

Large Print books
These books offer a range of fiction and non-fiction titles for children with sight impairment where Large Print books may support reading.
Visit the library catalogue Large Print Collection (external Council website)

 

Audiobooks
Listen to all your favourite novels and authors with free to borrow books on CD and cassette. View the Library catalogue (external Council website)

Children’s audiobooks on cassette

Children’s audiobooks on CD

Teenage audiobooks on CD

Adult audiobooks on Cassette

Adult audiobooks on CD

 

Health Zone
Your local library has the tools you need to take control of your own health and wellbeing. Or join in our groups and make friends to stop loneliness and learn new skills.
Visit Read yourself well (external Council website)

 

Digital Library
Listen to or read your favourite authors on compatible Apple, Android, Kindle and Amazon Fire devices, and on your desktop PC or laptop. All free. Read over 50 free eMagazines and have access to a full year of back issues on the library website.

eAudiobook instructions

eBook instructions

eMagazine instructions

 

Research 24/7
East Riding of Yorkshire library members can enjoy the benefits of free access to up to date and reliable information from some of the world's most trusted resources.
All resources can be accessed without limits on the library computers. You can also access nearly all of these resources from home and on your mobile devices. In some instances you may need your library card number for full access unless you are using a computer in the library.
Visit the library Research 24/7 (external Council website)

 

What’s on
All library events and activities are for everyone
Search for upcoming events at East Riding Libraries
Find out What’s On at the library (external Council website)

 

Costs

Free

Age
0-25
How to access
  • No booking required, just turn up and take part
Who is this for?
  • Any type of disability or learning difficulty
  • Anyone with a disability or SEN, diagnosis not needed.