Kindles: how do I borrow one? What books are on them?

How can I borrow a Kindle?

Borrowing a Kindle is as simple as borrowing any book from the library.

What eBooks are on the Kindles? 

You can search the library catalogue just as you would for a regular book. Any books that are available on one of the Kindles will always have (Kindle) after the title. All of the Kindles are numbered and in the catalogue search results clicking on the TOC symbol will advise which Kindle that title can be found on.

Our Kindles are classified according to Genre.

Science Fiction and Fantasy: some of the titles and series on this set of Kindles 

Also The Gone series by Michael Grant, The Hunger Games trilogy by Suzanne Collins, The enemy series by Charlie Higson, Maximum Ride series by James Patterson, Genesis by Bernard Becket, Brave new world by Aldous Huxley,  and The collected works of Jules Verne.

Crime, Spy and Adventure: some of the titles and series on this set of Kindles.

Also The lost symbol by Dan Brown, iBoy by Kevin Brooks, Half Moon Investigations by Eoin Colfer, A time to kill by John Grisham, The great adventures of Sherlock Holmes by Arthur Conan Doyle, And then there were none by Agatha Christie and The red cardigan by J.C. Burke.

Contemporary literature and YA award winning authors

Also Voss by Patrick White, Regeneration by Pat Barker, Life of Pi by Yann Partel, Chant of Jimmie Blacksmith by Thomas Keneally, Midnight’s Children by Salman Rushdie, and The English patient by Michael Ondaatje. YA authors will be added soon.

Classic Literature

Also A farewell to arms by Ernest Hemmingway, The Europeans by Henry James, Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte, The picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde, Dante’s Inferno by Alighieri Dante , Crime and Punishment by Fyodor Dostoevsky and Frankenstein by Mary Shelly.

Sport and humour  (This genre only has 2 Kindles at the moment)

Also Change-up: Mystery at the World Series by John Feinstein, Just Macbeth by Andy Griffiths, Diary of a Superhero Kid by Boyd Brent, The world of Norm 1: May contain nuts by Jonathan Meres, Last Shot: A Final Four Mystery by John Feinstein and Doctor Proctor’s Fart Powder by Jo Nesbo.

What some of our students are saying about reading with a Kindle….

  • It’s great having so many books available especially books that are part of a series.
  • I don’t have to wait for the next book in the series they are all on there.
  • Large heavy books are no longer an issue – the Kindle is light and easy to hold.
  • I find I just keep on reading.

So come in and borrow one soon.



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