Online Book Resources
Along with our in-library print and audio collections, there are several online resources for e-books and e-audio books. For most of these resources, you will need your library card number. We have also included some great free online links. If you have any questions about these resources, visit the library, call, or e-mail us for more information.
There are two websites for this great free resource. All books are in the public domain and are available free of charge. Project Gutenberg offers over 40,000 titles to read online or download and Gutenberg Canada specializes in Canadian content.
Fantastic Fiction is one of our favourite websites for finding out the order of series, what else an author has written, and when new books are being published by our popular authors. You can sign up for a free account to follow authors and get notifications when new books are coming.
GoodReads is a great place to get recommendations of what to read next. Sign up for a free account and you can access online book discussions, make and receive recommendations, and keep track of what you’ve read and would like to read.
LitLovers has ideas for starting an in-person book club, including theme ideas, menu suggestions, discussion questions and more. There are also “courses” you can take online for free that challenge the way you read books.
Where do you go to grow? Try your public library. A visit will get you thinking!