Celebrate Library Lovers’ Month ~ #Books #Reading #TuesdayBookBlog

Celebrate Library Lovers’ Month with the Most Anticipated Reads on the Libby App.
OverDrive librarians curated a special February collection of must-read titles to celebrate book lovers and lovers of libraries.

I was approached by Rachel Gunia, who works with Libby, the free library reading app, to see if I would share a librarian-curated book list. I have no experience of the app myself but it seems to work providing you have a library card and a library fairly close. There are many positive reviews and, of course, a few bad ones.

{2BD8B36C-3BF3-4339-8E08-F895883822C5}Img400Love is in the air during the month of February as readers worldwide celebrate the most romantic time of the year with valentines, books and their favorite librarians. Started in Australia in 2006, Library Lovers’ Day (Feb. 14) quickly evolved into an international month-long celebration recognizing the contributions and services libraries and librarians provide local communities. Libby, the free library reading app created by OverDrive, is commemorating Library Lovers’ Month in 2022 with a must-read collection by librarians.

Find the full list here.

Featuring titles like Jane Pek’s The Verifiers and Barbara Chase-Riboud’s The Great Mrs. Elias, this collection of ebooks and digital audiobooks are available to borrow and read for free in the Libby app. Libby is available from 21,000 libraries worldwide, and brings users 24/7 free access to the digital titles their public library offers.

In addition to downloading ebooks and audiobooks for offline reading and listening, library lovers can listen to their librarian’s favorite audiobooks and have a seamless on-the-go listening experience with Libby through Apple CarPlay or Android Auto. The app is also compatible with Sonos speakers, and audiobooks can be streamed to Google Home and Amazon Echo devices, bringing the library to households everywhere.

{020C5519-3F5E-4891-BB3D-21C77031B5C0}Img400Readers can even indulge in librarian favorite The Paris Apartment and take a journey of discovery with Black Cake while creating notes and highlights or defining words through Libby’s state-of-the-art reading experience. Users can even adjust an ebook’s font size, layout and background lighting to their preference.

Digital content from local public libraries is accessible for free on Libby with a valid library card. To begin borrowing ebooks, audiobooks and more from the local public library, download the Libby app for free from the App Store or Google Play.

For more information, visit www.overdrive.com.

About OverDrive…
OverDrive strives to create “a world enlightened by reading.” Serving a growing network of 76,000 libraries and schools in 94 countries, OverDrive delivers the industry’s largest digital catalog of ebooks, audiobooks, magazines and other content through award-winning apps. The Libby reading app for libraries is one of Popular Mechanics’ 20 Best Apps of the Decade, the Sora student reading app is one of TIME’s Best Inventions of 2019 and Kanopy is the leading streaming video service for libraries and colleges. Acquired in 2021, TeachingBooks.net offers one of the largest catalogs of supplemental materials that enhance literacy outcomes. Founded in 1986, OverDrive is based in Cleveland, Ohio and was named a Certified B Corp in 2017.

Specifically for the UK, OverDrive currently provides ebook, audiobook, digital magazine and digital newspaper access to more than 3,000 libraries, including The London Library, up and down the country – almost a tenfold increase since November 2019. Library users with a valid library card who download the Libby reading app or use the Libby website can borrow and read their local library’s digital materials 24/7 on any device. OverDrive has been serving UK libraries since 2005 and has a dedicated team in the UK.

3 thoughts on “Celebrate Library Lovers’ Month ~ #Books #Reading #TuesdayBookBlog

  1. I always assumed that the Libby App was a US thing as I’ve never heard of it in connection with UK libraries before. This is definitely something that I need to investigate. Not that I really need any more library books!!!! I’ve got three reservations to pick up as it is 😃

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