It’s #NationalBookmobileDay

In honour of National Bookmobile Day here are some photos of our very own Bookmobiles and Mobile Library, of the past and present.

COVID-19 Legal Resources for British Columbians

There are so many things that are new or changing as a result of COVID-19. Check out these websites that discuss legal matters that have been affected by the pandemic.

(More) Free eBooks and eAudiobooks!

You may already be familiar with TumbleBooks, one of our online reading databases for kids, but the creators of TumbleBooks have just made some of their other databases freely available for library patrons right now! The best part is, there are no waitlists with these titles. So if you’re craving a book for teens, an audiobook, a romance, or some math books for children check these out!

Coronavirus: A Book for Children

Axel Scheffler, illustrator of The Gruffalo, has illustrated a free digital book for primary school aged children explaining about the coronavirus and the current world we find ourselves in.

Home Learning Resources

School Library Journal has put together an amazing list of resources for Online Learning. If an enormous list sounds a little overwhelming to you right now, we’ve highlighted our favourite very resources for teachers, parents, and children right here.

Favourite Comfort Reads for All Ages

In times of crisis one of the best things we can do for our mental health is occupy our minds with a good book. If the book in question is also a source of comfort- so much the better!

NASA at Home

NASA – National Aeronautics and Space Administration has created a great resource to help you escape your home and get out …

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