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Manawatu District Libraries is proud to announce we are the first in New Zealand to have CloudLibrary. The new smart eBook and eAudiobook service is awaiting your fingertips!

Discover new content, borrow all your favourites and save future reads with the cloudLibrary App

You can read or listen to eBooks and eAudibooks on the go, at home or in the library!

We now offers hundreds of popular eBooks through the cloudLibrary digital lending platform. Offered at no cost to patrons, all that’s needed to get started is an active library card.

Our library’s eBook and eAudiobook collection includes popular titles from Lee Child to Harry Potter and even Fancy Nancy plus many more. We add additional titles to our digital collection regularly.

Simple steps to getting started:

 Option 1: Smart Device - Download the cloudLibrary App and follow the prompts.

The app is available in the Apple App Store, Google Play Store, and Kindle Fire App Store.

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Option 2: Desktop or Laptop Device - You can also install the Windows, Chromebook or Apple desktop applications.

Option 3: Web Browser - Visit the Manawatu District Libraries cloudLibrary site then simply login using your library card number and PIN. Click agree to terms and log in.

Browse, borrow and start reading!

We’re positive our patrons will enjoy the cloudLibrary platform. It’s easy-to-use interface makes it simple to download titles, save reads for later, and even sync activity across multiple devices. Patrons can borrow up to 5 titles at one time and keep them for up to three weeks.

The cloudLibrary app is compatible with the following devices: iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch,Android Phones, Android Tablets, NOOK Tablets, NOOK eReaders, Kobo eReaders and Kindle Fires.

For technical assistance, please visit the Feilding Library. For further assistance, call the library on 06 323 5373.

If you have any issues logging in or getting started, please give us a call on 06 323 5373 or pop into Feilding Library so we can help.