The library is pleased to announce that we are offering a Click and Collect service. For more information please
call or email the library.

Our eBook collection continues to expand and more information about accessing these titles can be found
on our catalogue.

New eBooks

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Popular eBooks

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Different eBooks

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Non-Fiction eBooks

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Upcoming TV/Podcast Zoom

Our Podcast Club is unearthing some terrific suggestions of what to listen to (or watch on TV). The next Zoom Podcast Club will be on Monday 2nd November at 2pm. The one-hour session will focus on crime podcasts and television programs, but all suggestions (and members) are welcome.  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to register, and a Zoom link will be sent to you on Monday morning.

Lockdown New Books

Even though the library has been closed we've still managed to add plenty of books the the collection since March. We've kept putting monthly lists up on the website when we've been able to but to make things extra easy for you we've compiled a complete Lockdown New Books List so you can see all the new additions to the library in one handy location.

As usual all the titles are links to our catalogue so you can reserve them using your account, or if you would prefer you can call the library on 9650 3100 to reserve a title.

 

Classic eBooks

The library is continuing to upload many 'classic' eBooks to its collection, with authors including Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Mark Twain, Charles Dickens, Louisa May Alcott and Edgar Allan Poe

The titles have been sourced from Project Gutenberg, the world's oldest digital library, which was founded in 1971 by American writer Michael S Hart.  You can browse the collection on the library's eBook catalogue Overdrive by searching for Project Gutenberg at the bottom of the front page or using the search function.  If you need assistance with eBooks, please contact
library staff.

Become a Member

The Melbourne Athenaeum Library has been part of Melbourne’s cultural fabric since 1839 and offers a safe, welcoming space in the heart of the city. We offer Victoria’s finest crime fiction and biography collections, as well as the latest in books, magazines, DVDs, eBooks and audio books in a relaxing atmosphere. Members’ benefits include regular music performances, a variety of engaging talks, book and screen clubs and free wifi – for a modest yearly subscription of $99 ($89 concession). To join this wonderful institution, click here.