Digital Library

Ebooks, Audiobooks and Digital Magazines

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As a library patron you have access to free ebooks and audiobooks through Ontario Library Service Download Centre, (also known as Overdrive or Libby).

To learn more about downloading e-books and audiobooks, check out our E-book Download Guides!

If you are downloading e-books using an e-reader, you will need to download and install Adobe Digital Editions on your computer. Click here to go to the Adobe Digital Editions website.

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Flipster – Digital Magazines flipster logo

Access leading digital magazines on your mobile device with Flipster, the digital magazine newsstand from EBSCO. *Your library card number is your Patron ID to log in*

For more help on how to use flipster on PC, Mac, or mobile devices refer to this guide.

Romance Book Cloud

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RomanceBookCloud provides unlimited and unrestricted access to a curated collection of romance ebooks. Whether you prefer contemporary, historical, time travel, paranormal or inspirational romance, you will love to read about love with RomanceBookCloud.
Books can be read online through your web browser on desktop, tablet or smartphone.

Databases and Research Tools

 

Ancestry Online

Ancestry Online library editionAncestry Online is a genealogy research tool that provides access to more than 1 billion names, 3000 databases and primary resources. Covers Canada, the US, UK and some European countries. English and French content.

Access: In library use only. Download our tips for making the most of your search using Ancestry.ca (Note: link will take you to a separate page, where you can click the link to open the PDF in a new tab.)

Frontier Life: Borderlands, Settlement & Colonial Encounters

This digital collection of primary source documents helps us to understand existence on the edges of the anglophone world from 1650-1920. Discover the various European and colonial frontier regions of North America, Africa and Australasia through documents that reveal the lives of settlers and indigenous peoples in these areas.

With branches in Almonte and Pakenham, the library offers 67,000+ items, both print and digital.

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