Even more eMagazines to choose from



We've just increased the number of eMagazine titles from 54 to over 130!

Perfect for Christmas, there's something for everyone

Don't miss your festive favourites on the box with TV Times and Radio Times and remember to read all the film and entertainment reviews before a trip to the cinema.

Fix your festive decorations with craft and home magazines such as Mollie Makes, House & Garden, Country Homes & Interiors and many more

Feeling peckish? Try BBC Good Food, Olive, Easy Cook and Delicious for recipe ideas for the big day. 

Keep up with current affairs, commentary and all the gossip with The Economist, Newsweek, The Week, Hello!, Reveal and many more.

Make sure your Christmas is picture perfect with Amateur Photographer, Digital Photographer, Digital Camera World and Digital SLR Photography and others.

New tech for Christmas? Find advice, help articles and make the most out of your tech with RasPi, Apple magazine, T3Computer Shopper and many more.

And then there's always the fitness magazines to inspire you in the New Year!

A full A to Z list of eMagazine titles is available here

You can download eMagazines onto your desktop, laptop or mobile device using the new RBdigital app for free with your Buckinghamshire library card number. 

The RBdigital app is available for iOS , Android and Kindle Fire

A full library member may:

  • read as many titles as you want
  • keep an eMagazine for as long as you like

Browse and read eMagazines

How to join the library

If you are over 18 you can join the library online by entering your details online here and begin reserving items straight away.

Take your proof of identity documents into any Buckinghamshire library within 4 weeks to collect your library card.

You need to collect your library card from your local Buckinghamshire library before you can use the eLibrary and online reference resources.

Please remember to bring your library card with you every time you visit the library.

More information about joining and using the library


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