All NYCC Libraries eAudiobooks have moved from RBDigital to Overdrive.
What does this mean for you? You can still access the same great content, but all in one place. We’ve kept all of our amazing titles and you can access them through Overdrive or their app, Libby, instead. You can find all the information here including a link to download the Libby app.
If you’re currently listening to an RBDigital eAudiobook don’t panic! You’ll be able to keep the book until you’ve finished it with no disruptions or fear of losing your place!
If you’ve recently requested an eAudiobook through RBDigital you’ll need to re-request it using Overdrive or the Libby app.
October marked Black History Month (BHM) – a chance to explore and shine a light on our shared British history and a time to look forward and celebrate both the present and future possibilities.
Our celebration of BHM – a display of topical and relevant books – is now over but our regular stock includes many titles that will pique your interest and expand your horizons. Drop by and take a look.
There’s good news for anyone needing help with their online application to North Yorkshire County Council for a blue badge or bus pass!
We’re very pleased to announce that our IT Buddies are available once again to help. We are offering this service on Tuesday afternoons and there are limited slots. Please call into the library to make an appointment and for details of the documents that you’ll need to bring with you.
Did you know that you can manage your library account and access a wealth of county library resources and online services using your North Yorkshire libraries card? And it’s just got easier with the launch of the shiny new North Yorkshire Libraries app!
Coming to the iOS or Android device of your choice with a few simple clicks. What are you waiting for?
To get the app, go to Google play (Android) or the App Store (iOS) and search for ‘North Yorkshire Libraries’.
Easingwold Community Library is the lucky recipient of some beautiful picture books for children, presented by Easingwold District Lions during a recent visit.
Lions John Sutherland and Cassandra Bullock presented four books which have been signed by their author, Ellie Jackson. The books tell the tales of four animals that struggle to escape man-made threats to their environments. Nelson’s Dangerous Dive is about ghost nets in our oceans. Buddy’s Rainforest Rescue has an Orang-utan coping with logging as his home disappears. Marley’s Tangled Tale is about a penguin caught in plastic netting. Duffy’s Lucky Escape features a turtle who has a close shave with masses of plastic bottles.
These bright and attractive books are aimed at children in Years 5 and 6 but can, of course, be read to younger children. They’re a brilliant way of getting the message across about caring for the environment – for the sake of animals and humans.
The books are on display to read in the library. The Lions have also presented copies of the books to each local primary school so if your child likes them they’ll also be able to find them when they return to school!