Libraries are one of the few places you can go that’s free! You can borrow up to 30 books, or just come in to study, read or use a PC.
Most of our libraries have space where you can study at a table. We have lots of exam guides. Visit the library catalogue to search for a guide. Our Libby app, has hundreds of digital magazines that might help with school projects, including The Week current affairs magazine and New Scientist.
Libraries have dedicated Young Adult fiction sections in our libraries as well as a huge graphic novel collection. If we don’t have it, talk to the library staff and we’ll see if we can get it for you.
We’re hoping to start a teen reading group in 2022. If you’re interested, drop your details to firstname.lastname@example.org and put teen group in the subject.
Not sure what to read? Check our catalogue lists or download the Scottish Book Trust Bookzilla app, designed by young people, for young people.
Use library PCs
If you’re over 12, you’re welcome to use a library PC once you’ve signed our Acceptable Use Policy. You will need to be a library member, so you’ll need a parent to act as a guarantor by signing your membership form and showing their ID.
- It’s always best to book a library PC in advance to avoid disappointment.
Pass your Driving Theory Test
Practice the theory and hazard perception elements online for free. Theory Test Pro contains all the official test questions licensed from the DVSA, the people who set the tests.
If you're a library member, head to the Theory Test Pro website to create your free account now.