Read more easily

Nothing replaces the feel of a real book in your hand, but eBooks can offer extra features – including ones that make reading a little easier! Just a few taps on your tablet / phone and you can instantly change text size, colour contrast, line spacing and even display a book using a dyslexic-friendly font.…
View More about Read more easily

Reading for a rest day

If now that the second week of the Tour de France is over and you still feel that you have not had enough here is some potential reading for the evening of a rest day…. For many people one of the highlights of the coverage is the amazing scenery of rural France.  If the views…
View More about Reading for a rest day

What is OverDrive Listen?

With OverDrive Listen, you can borrow eAudiobooks from our Overdrive service and listen to them in your browser. There are no downloads or software required - all you need is a compatible web browser. When you return to an OverDrive Listen audiobook after a break, your listening position, bookmarks, notes, and highlights will be saved…
View More about What is OverDrive Listen?

Australia’s most borrowed…

Every year, Library & Information Week is held during the last week of May Today for the first day of Library & Information Week, the Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA) has released two lists – one adult and one for children of Australia’s favourite or most borrowed books. Here at Flip the Page we…
View More about Australia’s most borrowed…

Ruth Rendell

Over the weekend British crime writer Ruth Rendell died at the age of 85.You can read an obituary from The Telegraph here. Ruth Rendell wrote more than 60 novels with her best-known creation being Inspector Wexford.  She has been credited with bringing a social and psychological dimension to crime fiction. Ebooks and eAudiobooks by Ruth…
View More about Ruth Rendell

Addtional eBooks Always Available

Additional eBooks,outside your Overdrive quota are always available from the Overdrive site via Project Gutenberg. Project Gutenberg (PG) is a volunteer effort to digitise and archive cultural works, to encourage the creation and distribution of eBooks.  It was founded in 1971 by Michael S Hart and is the oldest digital library. Most of the items in its…
View More about Addtional eBooks Always Available
1 - 10 of 25