December 21st is National Crossword Day, and our annual holiday Yule Ball is upon us, so we have created a fun crossword in celebration. Click through to download and print this Harry-Potter themed puzzle. Consider it our holiday gift to you.
If you assume that many of our staff love to read, you've guessed right. So, we asked some of our staff members: "Why do you love OverDrive?" and they had lots of reasons to love this resource that provides access to almost 40,000 titles. The verdict is in. We officially love OverDrive, and we're sure you will too.
Is your book club always on the hunt for your next great read? Alongside our Book Club Kits, we now have a digital option for you! The hoopla Book Club Hub is yours to access, free. The best part? There are no waitlists.
With the use of your Library card, you can access the Chilton Library, a database of repair and maintenance manuals for vehicles from the 1940s to the newest models.
Imagine if everyone in our province read the same title. That is the aim of One Book Nova Scotia (1BNS), a province-wide community reading event for adults. Nova Scotians are invited to read, discuss and get excited about the same book. Learn more about the initiative and 2018's absorbing book selection: Annabel by Kathleen Winter.
Fall is here, and the reading is plentiful. Your busy summer has come to an end, and it is time to unwind with a good book. Library staff from our various branches have hand-picked a few favourites for you to enjoy this fall.
Stream music, movies, TV shows, audiobooks, and more with hoopla. Thousands of movies, TV shows, audiobooks, e-books, comic books, and music albums are at your fingertips with hoopla. Take the library with you wherever you go. You can stream content on your computer browser, smartphone and tablet (iOS 6 and Android 4.0+ or higher), or…
Our beautiful country spans from coast to coast to coast, and there is much to celebrate on July 1. We’re the proud home of the double-double, loonies, toonies, and the delightful culinary concoction we call poutine. Our languages have developed alongside our unique history and reflect the many diverse groups who call Canada home...
May 7-13 is Mental Health Week in Canada. This year, the Canadian Mental Health Association is encouraging Canadians to #GetLoud about what mental health really is. To help spread awareness, we’ve selected 3 graphic novels that explore different mental health issues.