Listen to World Book Night 2020

17 February 2020

Registration has now CLOSED for you to receive a free audiobook as part of World Book Night 2020.

Before registering your interest, please read the following information carefully.

Anyone can apply to receive a copy, just enter your email address below. A limited number of downloads of each book are available. The lucky recipients will be chosen at random and sent a single-use download code on 23 April. Only the successful recipients will be contacted.

One application per person will be accepted.

Registration closes at midnight on 22 April.

Four audiobooks are available:

Downloads will be available through Audiobooks.com. You will be able to listen to your audiobook through your browser or the Audiobooks.com app, which is free to download to your iOS or Android device. Download instructions will be emailed with your code.

We are delighted to be supported by RNIB and Calibre Audio Library.

Calibre Audio Library is a national charity providing a subscription-free service of unabridged audiobooks for anyone with a print disability, such as dyslexia, MS, a visual impairment or brain injury. Visit www.calibre.org.uk for more information.

The RNIB Library is the largest library for people with Sight Loss in the UK, and it’s completely free, with over 31,000 audio books and a collection including thousands of Braille, Giant Print and Braille Music items. Visit www.rniblibrary.com for more information.

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