The latest Ken Follett thriller as an e-book or Der Spiegel on your smartphone: customers of the Rastatt Public Library can use their library card to download and use e-media such as e-books, e-magazines, e-papers and e-audios free of charge from home at any time of the day or night via the portal www.onleihe.de/more.
More digital offers
Tigerbooks - the children's book app
Bibi & Tina, Sams, the Rainbow Fish, the Little Caterpillar, Princess Lilifee, Pettersson & Findus and the Olchis: With the free app "tigerbooks", the Rastatt Public Library brings the stories of children's book heroes to smartphones and tablets and playfully promotes reading among children.
Simply download the app, log in with the library card number and use the selected media for children between two and ten years. The password is identical to the password at the public library (DD.MM.YYYY).
Download Tigerbook app from either Google Play store or Apple App store.
Munzinger databases - the reliable source of information
The databases provide up-to-date, objective, and citable information on
- all countries of the world
- international associations and organizations
- famous people of the 20th and 21st centuries.
The source reference is at the end of the respective article.
Stream movies for free
The film portal "filmfriend" for libraries offers more than 3,500 feature films and documentaries, series episodes and short films. There is something for every taste and age group.
With a valid library card, you get unlimited access to all films. The offer is free of charge, free of advertising and without collection of personal data. Registration is done with the library card number and password.
Online learning worlds from Brockhaus
Better grades in math, German, English, French or Latin? Reliable, generally understandable information checked by experienced editors for your next presentation? Brockhaus Online, the public library's digital service for grades 5 to 10, can help. Users can translate the texts of the online reference works and student aids into 60 languages and have them read aloud at different speeds and in different voices.
A valid library card is required for access.
City library barrier-free accessible
Tue: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Wed: 12 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Thu: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Fri: 12 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Sat: 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.