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Make use of Worcestershire County Council's exciting e-book service
Updated 4:01pm Monday 18th February 2013 in News
ANYONE in Redditch, Bromsgrove or Droitwich who is too busy to drop into their local library or worry about fines and renewals can still spend some quality time with their favourite stories thanks to Worcestershire County Council's exciting new e-books service.
The service allows users to download books directly to laptops, tablets and mobile devices absolutely free.
Accessing books on the move has never been easier. The counties e-catalogue is bigger than ever and people can download popular eBooks and eAudio titles 24 hours a day.
All the titles are easily downloadable with no late fees, ready to read on mobile devices in minutes.
To start downloading eBooks, join Worcestershire Libraries and Learning Service. Sign up online to become an instant member, receive a library card in the post and get full access to the online catalogue.
Anyone interested can join the three million visitors of Worcestershire's Library and Learning Service today via www.worcestershire.gov.uk/librariesandlearning.
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