eBooks are digital full-text versions of traditional print books which can be read by using a computer, eReader or other web-enabled portable devices. Explore our collections and download best-selling adult and children's fiction and nonfiction eBooks to a PC or Mac to use, or transfer to your eBook Reader or other portable device.
eAudiobooks are digital versions of a recorded reading of a book (or book condensation) that you download and listen to on most MP3 and WMA compatible devices.
BorrowBox is the eBook and eAudiobook provider for Worcestershire.
How do I access the eBooks and eAudiobooks catalogue?
Note: The first time you want to borrow an eBook or eAudiobook, you will need to log in using your library number (the 8 digit numbers and in some cases letters) and library account password.
How many eBooks and eAudiobooks can I borrow?
- Borrow up to 4 eBooks and 4 eAudio titles at a time
- Reserve titles that are on loan and receive notifications when they are available
- View your titles on the Borrowbox app
- Access support 24/7
Please note: We have reduced the number of loans per person in order to improve the number of titles available to everyone. Please continue to help us improve the service by providing us with your BorrowBox comments.
Your loans will automatically expire at the end of the lending period so there will be no late fees.
Members can access full details on how to borrow, return and reserve eBooks or eAudiobooks via the BorrowBox website, you will need to sign-in to access the help area.
How do I set up my device to read eBooks and eAudiobooks?
For help on setting up your computer or device to read eBooks or eAudiobooks, and to check device compatibility, visit the BorrowBox help page - you will need to sign-in to access the help area.
Looking for a classic? Links to other free eBook and eAudio providers
eBooks can also be found completely free to access or download from a number of internet websites. The list below is just a few of those you may wish to look at: