Coronavirus: due to the coronavirus outbreak, all Surrey Libraries are closed
Please read this urgent statement about Surrey's library service including information about loans and renewals.
You can access our online library services: Free eBooks, eAudio, eMagazines, eComic and newspapers as well as other resources that can be accessed at home
Shut but still open
We have published a list of online services, activities and fun things for both children and adults to do whilst at home.
Download your free library apps
Did you know you can access your library services on the go? All you need is library membership and a mobile phone or tablet.
To enjoy free access to a great selection of titles, simply choose from the free apps below. You'll be taken to your device's store, where you can safely and securely download your app.
Surrey Libraries app
Lets you search for, reserve, borrow and renew Surrey Library titles wherever you are. You can also keep track of events and local news.
eBooks are available through the RBdigital service. Great selection of fiction and non fiction titles.
eAudiobooks, Magazines and Comics
The RBdigital app lets you borrow and download a range of eAudiobooks to listen to on your device, free of charge. You can also use this app to access a variety of popular magazine titles and Comics which you can read and download on to your device, free of charge, as well as a small selection of eBooks. You need to register with RBdigital to use this service. You can register within the app:
Our other eAudiobook supplier, Ulverscroft, also offer a free app for IOS and Android devices. You can login to this with your library card number and PIN.
Naxos Music Library
Naxos provides this app, which lets you stream Naxos' vast selection of music (over 35,000 CDs worth) from your device, free of charge. Before downloading, you need to register with Naxos. Go via the Online Reference Shelf.