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Kubelenga / Library

The Alliance Française de Lusaka has a fully fitted out library for both students and members. With just over 3,000 books in a 300 square meter space, the library can seat up to 30 people. We also have a Film corner with wireless headsets for up to 3 people .

Whether you want to study, look for information or have fun while learning, come over and enjoy this outstanding facility in a welcoming and truly contemporary space with Internet access in Kubelenga.

Our team will assist you in searching for documents and recommend works to read. The Media Library also serves as a special meeting place where events for children and adults are regularly held. Our Media Library houses thousands of physical documents in French, available for perusal as well as borrowing. Specialized French learning and teaching material is also a part of our collection. The Kubelenga digital library offers its members a selection of digital resources including newspapers and magazines. Only students and members of Alliance Française de Lusaka have borrowing privileges and access to the library:  Kubelenga

Are you one of our students or an institution interested in using our library? What you need to do is join our library. And, it is easy and super fast. Kindly click your preferred membership option below and the form will download.

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Open Monday
9.00 – 13.00
Tuesday – Friday
8.30 – 17.30
Weekend & Public Holidays

For Your Reading!

  1. Moi, Boy by Roald DahlWhat happens when you catch a ratite? And when you fake an appendicitis attack? Have you ever smoked goat tobacco? Have you ever been dressed up in a costume that makes you look like a funeral home attendant to go to school? Nine, ten, eleven years old. The years go by: the time has come to ask ourselves what we will do after college.
  2. Le Secret de La Manufacture de Chaussettes Inusables by Annie BarrowsSummer 1938. Layla Beck, a wealthy young city girl, refuses the rich party her father has chosen for her and is forced to work for the first time in her life. Recruited by a government agency, she travels to Macedonia to write a commissioned book about the small town.It promises to be a deadly dull summer. But she’s about to fall under the spell of the eccentric, penniless people she’s staying with. In the Romeyn family, there’s; the daughter, Willa, aged twelve, who has decided to turn her back on childhood; the aunt, Jottie, who can’t forget the tragedy that claimed the life of the man she loved and the father, the troubling Félix, whose activities seem unorthodox. Once owners of the factory, this family’s history is intimately linked to that of the town.

    From suspicions to revelations, Layla will change the lives of the members of this community forever, bringing to light buried truths and unhealed wounds.

Would you like to become a member? Visit Kubelenga, our Médiathèque.