Access our online services such as ebooks, eaudio and online resources follow the links on our pages

Especially for children

Wolverhampton libraries has several children activities taking place online.  Please visit our Facebook and Twitter pages for more information.  Activities include online story times, competitions, a staying-in reading group and much, much more.  Please follow @wolveslibraries to find out what’s happening.

Spring into summer poetry competition

Calling all budding poets.  Wolverhampton Libraries will be launching “Spring into Summer” poetry competition for Children and Young People.  Visit our Facebook page for more information.

Project Gutenberg is a Children’s online library with over 60,000 free ebooks.  Find a book you’d like to read, download and read online.  Visit http://dev.gutenberg.org for more information.

Our online children storytimes will be taking place on every Tuesday, is it possible to create an alert to view our Facebook pages when the new video is uploaded.

Virtual Librarian

The next best thing to a Librarian is a Virtual Librarian.  We’re happy to answer any queries or even online if you want a chat, Look out for our Virtual Librarian hashtag on our Facebook page #virtuallibrarian.

E-books and E-audiobooks

More e-books and e-audiobooks are being added to our Borrowbox apps.  You only need your membership number and pin.  If you’re not a member and haven’t used Borrowbox yet, don’t worry.  Go to our join the library page then head to your apps store and download the Borrowbox app.

Our partners Ulverscroft has provided 500 audiobooks from the comfort of your home through ulibrary.  To register visit ulibrary.net/register and download the ulibrary app.  Be quick it’s only available until 31st July 2020.

Adults Staying-in Reading Club

Want to join our staying-in reading club.  You can listen or read copies of a chosen book on the Borrowbox app, our current read is “Tell me a lie” by CJ Carver.  Join in book discussions on our Facebook page, follow @wolveslibraries for more information.

Especially for Wolverhampton

Visit our www.wvvirtualsquad.co.uk to find out what’s on offer for Children, Young People and Families.  There’s several online activities and events that can be enjoyed from the comfort of your home.

Love of reading

Technology

Do you want to learn or develop your skills in coding.  Why not try scratch which features coding tutorials, visit https://scratch.mit.edu/

Do you know to develop your digital skills contact mylibraryservice@wolverhampton.gov.uk for more information.

Do you have an interest in STEM subjects, STEM learning offers these subjects from the comfort of your home, visit https://www.stem.org.uk/

Other activities

Why not keep an isolation diary, which can be passed down to future generations.

Do you like to keep-fit, why not try out the WV Active home workouts, visit www.wvactive.com for further information. 

Joe Wicks has become the nation’s PE Teacher, he provides a 30 minute workout everyday from 9am from his You Tube channel.

In the meantime, please keep in touch using our email: libraries@wolverhampton.gov.uk or alternatively follow us on our Facebook and Twitter pages @wolveslibraries.  We will be posting information, advice and sharing other useful library information.

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