From best-selling audiobooks to the classics, your Frankston City Libraries membership is the best way to experience free, world class audio entertainment in the palm of your hand.
Frankston City Council Mayor, Sandra Mayer, said while the library buildings are closed, online borrowing and other digital resources are available 24/7.
“Reading provides each of us with some escapism and entertainment to relax and unwind, which is especially important in times of stress,” Cr Mayer said.
“If you have been meaning to explore the resources available on our libraries website, now is a great time to do so.”
Frankston City Libraries Manager, Tammy Goodwin said online audiobooks, eBooks and eMagazines allow residents to continue borrowing from the library’s extensive collection, from the comfort of their own homes.
“Before you pay for your audiobooks through other platforms, make sure you check our BorrowBox, RB Digital and CloudLibrary apps for the books you’re looking for with your Frankston City Libraries membership.”
Ms Goodwin highlighted that staff were still on-hand, should you need any help.
“Our friendly staff are only a phone call away for assistance accessing the online collection including resetting your pin, which can also be done via the Frankston City Libraries website.”
If you’re not a member of Frankston City Libraries, now is a great time to join. Visit the Frankston City Libraries website and sign up today for immediate access or call the library on 9784 1020.
The BorrowBox, RB Digital or cloudLibrary apps can be downloaded onto your Apple or Android device for easy, on-the-go access to the latest audiobooks and eBooks FREE with your library membership.
Frankston City Libraries website: library.frankston.vic.gov.au
Call the library: 9784 1020
Email the library: email@example.com