Our BorrowBox service means library members can borrow eBooks and e-Audiobooks to enjoy on your smartphone, tablet or computer – all entirely free!  You can sign up for a library card online

There are thousands of titles to read or listen to across a wide range of genres and the collection is constantly growing so check back regularly to enjoy the latest releases.

  • You can borrow or reserve up to 10 eBooks and 10 e-Audiobooks at a time.
  • Your loans will expire naturally after 3 weeks or you can return them earlier if you have finished.

How to use Borrowbox; 

The most popular way to enjoy BorrowBox is via the BorrowBox app.

It is very easy to use, simply:

  • Download the BorrowBox app to your smartphone or/and tablet. BorrowBox is available for Apple, Android and Kindle Fire devices. Just search for BorrowBox within your device’s app store.
  • Type Monmouthshire in the library search field and select your library
  • Sign in using your Library Card Number and Library PIN (ask your library if you need a reminder of your PIN)

You can then browse and borrow eBooks and e-Audiobooks and download to enjoy within the app

You can also read eBooks and listen to e-Audiobooks on a computer or laptop by visiting our BorrowBox website and signing in with your library card number and PIN.

If you borrow on a computer, you can transfer files to an eReader or MP3 Player. Please see the BorrowBox Help Pages for more information about this.

We also have a limited collection of e-Audiobooks and eBooks available through our RBdigital service.

RBdigital e-Audiobooks and eBooks

To complement our Borrowbox eBook and e-Audiobook service, we also have a limited collection available through our RBdigital service.

How to use RBdigital:

To access these via a tablet or smartphone you need to download the RBdigital app.

To access the e-Audiobooks via a PC or laptop, you will need to download RBdigital Media Manager and then you can download e-Audiobooks directly to your computer.

To access the eBooks via a PC or laptop, you will need to download Adobe Digital Editions and then you can download eBooks directly to your computer