Social distancing and self-isolation can lead to boredom pretty quickly which is why Inverell Shire Library has introduced 'click and collect' loans.
Also on offer to library members are a range of e-books or e-audio titles downloadable to your computer, tablet, phone or other digital device for free.
Library manager Sonya Lange said if you are practicing social-distancing and don't wish to enter the library, patrons can still reserve titles available to borrow and staff will package them together for collection.
"The service will operate while the library is open, and if we are required to close to the public, will operate as long as staff are able to attend work.
"You can DIY, by logging into our catalogue, and reserving any titles that you would like to borrow - we will collect them, issue them to your card, then contact you with instructions on how to collect," she said on Facebook.
For those who are computer savvy and would like to log in, head to https://library.inverell.nsw.gov.au/montage/.
Those who aren't can contact staff during office hours on 6728 8130 to discuss what titles members would like to borrow.
Staff will selected books, based on requests and then let members know when their order is ready for collection.
"We are planning to have all orders ready for collection within 24 hours. We look forward to supporting you in accessing important resources for leisure and study whilst we navigate uncertain times together," she said.
To find out how you can download content to your device, please follow this link: https://inverell.nsw.gov.au/.../public-libra.../digital-library/