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The month of April is known as the month of rainy days. For many, rainy days are no fun – but it doesn’t have to be that way. A great way to spend such days is by reading books, watching movies or listening to audio books.

The Learning Curve have complied some fantastic lists of longer reads, rainy day movies and longer listening audio books to help you while away those hours.

What better way to relax than by curling up with a good book and listening to the sound of rain hitting the window? Whether you’re settling in with a mystery, romance or non-fiction title, reading is the perfect way to spend a gloomy rainy day.

All of these books are available from the library and can be borrowed once our Click & Collect Service resumes on Tuesday, 20th April.  Visit our interactive Reading Tree to easily reserve your copy today!

If you prefer watching films to picking up a book we have you covered, movies are perfect for rainy days where you’re doing basically nothing.

At the Learning Curve we have compiled a list of longer films, that we have available on DVD from the library. All of these can be borrowed using our Click & Collect Service when it resumes on Tuesday, 20th April.

So, if it’s pouring outside and you find yourself bored, try watching our rainy day films:

So make yourself comfortable, grab some popcorn and while away a few hours watching our fantastic films.

Finally, if you prefer to plug in rather than pick up a book we have created an audio book list just for you. All of the books on our list are longer listening and are available from our very own catalogue via Athens.

You can access the April Showers Audio book list here: April Showers Audio Book List

As always, if you have any comments or suggestions for future lists, please don’t hesitate to get in touch! Email: curve@barnsley.ac.uk


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Last updated: 15th April 2021