It is a sad but generally accepted fact that you cannot read while driving (some in my own family have attempted to flout this with amusing but unfortunate results). It is difficult to read while walking, although I can attest that this is possible if you have a fairly smooth and straight path, and biking should require all your attention, unless you are on the back of a bicycle built for two, in which case I recommend reading aloud to the person in front of you if you wish to be particularly romantic (here you should possibly find a different title than those pictured).
According to historic Methodist sources, it is possible to both read and plan your next sermon on horseback, provided your horse has ridden the circuit before and your sermon is very straightforward.
However, these activities and more are made simple with some of the newest members of our collection, which are audio books. These items will be available soon for borrowing, and, with the help of a CD player and headphones, will allow you to take your books where they've never gone before. The easiest way to see what titles we have in audio is by choosing "Subject begins with" in MARTIN (the library catalog) and searching for "Audiobooks."