Library Services in Reading
Libaries are open throughout Reading, at www.reading.gov.uk/libraries
You can borrow ebooks, eaudiobooks and emagazines at www.reading.gov.uk/elibrary
Use Reading Libraries Online Learning to practise the Driving Theory and Citizenship tests. Follow the link for the full list of online learning services.
You are welcome into any of our libraries to read a newspaper, join our rhymetimes for pre-school children or work on your own. Internet & wi-fi are free, but you must have a library card. Bring proof of signature to sign up. If you also bring proof of address, you can borrow books, CDs and DVDs. Sign up online for ebooks.
Special activities throughout school holidays for families see individual libraries for more information.
Who to contact
- Battle - 0118 937 5100 Battle - 0118 937 5100 Central - 0118 937 5950 Central - 0118 937 5950 Tilehurst - 0118 937 5112 Tilehurst - 0118 937 5112 Southcote - 0118 937 5109 Southcote - 0118 937 5109 Caversham - 0118 937 5103 Caversham - 0118 937 5103 Palmer Park - 0118 937 5106 Palmer Park - 0118 937 5106 Whitley - 0118 937 5115 Whitley - 0118 937 5115
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