eBooks and Audiobooks

Your library card gives you more than just access to library material! You can also read books or magazines on your smart devices, listen to audiobooks or even watch videos.


Your library card gives you free access to the Ontario Library Services Download Centre—through Overdrive— where you can choose from thousands of e-books, audiobooks, and videos. You may also download the Libby App on your smart device as a way to access titles on Overdrive.

To access Overdrive you must have a library card number. Please contact us for more information about getting a library card, or if you need help accessing Overdrive.


Cela (Center for Equitable Library Access)

Access to the CELA collection is restricted to people with print disabilities living in Canada. A print disability is a learning, physical or visual disability that prevents a person from reading conventional print. More specifically, a print disability can be a:

  • Learning disability: An impairment relating to comprehension
  • Physical disability: The inability to hold or manipulate a book
  • Visual disability: Severe or total impairment of sight or the inability to focus or move one's eyes

This definition of print disability is from the Canadian Copyright Act because it is this Act that lets CELA reproduce published materials in alternative formats for its collection. The term used in the Act is “perceptual disability”.


NoveList allows adult readers to find fiction and nonfiction titles that are similar to their favourite books, authors or on their favourite subjects.

From home use your library card number (Patron ID) to log-in.