E-books and Audiobooks
To supplement our large hardcopy collection, CTHS Library also has subscriptions to e-books and audiobooks through Wheelers. You can access these books through the “ePlatform” Wheelers link or the Oliver catalogue, both on the left of the page. Alternatively, you can download the Wheelers app – see the Wheelers website for instructions.
Keep reading during COVID-19 restrictions. In addition to CTHS Library’s e-books and audiobooks you can access online reading material from:
- Your local library.
- Loyal Books – E-books and audiobooks in the public domain and in a variety of languages.
- National Emergency Library – A temporary collection of books that supports emergency remote teaching, research activities, independent scholarship, and intellectual stimulation.
- Booklist – Online book review magazine. Free until further notice.
- My Weekend with Pop – An online storybook written and spoken in five Aboriginal languages from across NSW.
Are audiobooks as good for you as reading? Here’s What Experts Say (Time Magazine article)
Open Library has numerous books available in multiple languages. Search by reading level and filter by language (on the right of the page). There is also a Read Aloud feature to help with pronunciation. Registration is required to access the books (no fee).