You can now borrow or reserve up to 5 eBooks at a time, and choose from more than 3000 titles.
Due to the success of our eBook service, around half of the titles in the collection are on loan at any one time.
Although most of the titles on the home page will be on loan, if you delve further into the site by clicking on
any of the "browse more..." links, you will find plenty of titles that are available to borrow. And don't forget
you can always reserve anything on loan for free.
The following titles have been selected and compiled as part of the “Revealing stories”
exhibition which reveals the hidden histories of Bristol’s lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans
communities from the 1940s to the present day.
For more information visit their website http://outstoriesbristol.org.uk/
Click here for a list of titles available through LibrariesWest (PDF)
Reading Well Books on Prescription
Reading Well Books on Prescription is now available in all libraries across LibrariesWest.
It is a national scheme which helps people manage their own health and well-being through recommended self-help books.
Find out more
More than 1000 titles to choose from. Download 15 eAudioBooks for free.
We are pleased to announce that around 95% of the eAudioBook collection is available in unprotected MP3 format.
An App is available for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad from the
iTunes Store. A Media Manager for the Mac is also
available to download from the One Click Digital site or the
An Android app for smartphones and other non-Apple devices is also
available on Google Play.
Information about Library charges in each LibrariesWest authority.
Are you a member of a reading group or interested in setting one up?
Why not try these useful resources:
The Literature Works web site includes a calendar of reading related events happening across the region, as well as lots of
other useful book and reading related information.
CyberLibrary has links to hundreds of websites chosen by librarians.
Looking for a book to suit your mood? Try whichbook.net
Ever wondered "What comes next?" when you're reading a really good book?
Children's Book Sequels can help.