Get in the mood for our Poe Party with Edgar Allan's original works, as well as other macabre titles that honour the master.
Travel back in time to places both beautiful and teeming with ancient power.
Can one person really make a difference in this world? Yes! Each of these inspiring books proves it to be true.
Join us at Central Library on October 15 at 7pm to hear two phenomenal women talk about their lives in the industry.
The Governor General's Literary Awards shortlists for Fiction and Non-Fiction are out! Which book(s) deserve the $25,000 prize? More
It's Star Trek's 50th anniversary, so take some time to celebrate all things space and nerdery.
It wasn't long ago that women weren't considered persons in Canadian law. The Famous Five and other suffragettes changed all of t… More
Meet Phyllis Webstad, former residential school student and Orange Shirt Day founder, Tuesday, September 27, 6 pm, at Central Libr… More
Celebrate Tolkien Week by binging on all of the Lord of the Rings movies and books. Middle-earth welcomes you!
Take a trip into deep thought with rigorous scientific investigation so gripping it rings with tones of the fantastic.
If the new Bridget Jones movie has you re-reading the book, try these read-alikes for something new!
When you're done with all the highlights and analysis get into it even deeper with these winning titles.
Find the books you love in a Book Club Bag. Pick one up and host your best book club ever!
These characters may be fictional, but their experiences as LGBTQQ are true to life.
A great short story can jolt you into seeing the world in a different way. These collections are sure to provide a punch.
Alberta's history is filled with heroes, villains, and the stories of those who came out here despite all the hardships.
This year's When Words Collide festival authors read at Fish Creek Library, August 11. Here are their awesome books.
August is summer's last fling! Make the most of it with these inspiring books.
This month's recommendations from Calgary Public Library.
The books on this list are a great introduction to the boom and bust town we call home.
This month's recommendations from Calgary Public Library.
From Iceland to Australia, cozies to splatter, there was a mystery in 2015 to suit every reader's taste.
Our picks for the best graphic novels, comic books, and manga published last year.
Do judge these books by their covers. Fourteen of the best in 2015.
From road trips to music tripping, these are the 2015 titles that stood out for Library reading experts.
Our picks for the best fiction published this year.
This month's recommended reads from Calgary Public Library.
"Don't judge a boy by his face."
By Palacio, R. J.
The Strange Case of Origami Yoda
By Angleberger, Tom
"A few more minutes Clark, I don't mind not going in yet. I just want to be a man who has been to a concert with a girl in...
Me Before You
By Moyes, Jojo
“Clever as the Devil and twice as pretty.”
The White Cat
By Black, Holly
By Wilkinson, Kerry
So that I can come back knowing that no scientist from beyond the stars will make another change to our history, ever rewrite ...
Earth & Sky
By Crewe, Megan
Because we weren't like other people. We were peculiar.
Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children
By Riggs, Ransom
“The memory fades, and I’m left hanging on to the ghosts of his
By Lu, Marie
“He is beauty, inside and out.
He is the silver lining in a world of darkness. He is my light.”
"Go with dragon speed!"- SASD (Secret and Ancient Society of Dragons)
The Dragon's Apprentice
By Steer, Dugald
"Go, he waits for you."
The Song of Achilles
By Miller, Madeline
"This and this and this."
"The lesson for you as a pet owner is to realize that, whenever your pet seems stressed, the way to help him is to identif...
Unlocking the Animal Mind
By McMillan, Fran...
"Shibby shibby shibby!" - Dookie
By Perry, Michael
"Chuck is a wee little fat shank." - Newt
The Maze Runner
By Dashner, James
“Be true to yourself. But that's something everyone says and no one means."
The Young Elites
"Humans must earn the right to be called animals again"
By Duchovny, David
"Here lies Xvaier Ulysess Lightman 1980 - 2018, beloved husband, father and son. He saved humanity from annihilation "...
By Cline, Ernest
"I felt lucky. I was twelve and I had everything."
Too Cool for This School
By Tracy, Kristen
"My brother Geronimo is a 'scaredy mouse'."
Thea Stilton and the Great Tulip Heist
By Stilton, Thea
"I have made only a couple things out of this so far, but so far everything has been excellent. Recipes are all fairly easy, wit..."
"Kind of disappointed with this one. Extremely slow paced, characters and plot left undeveloped. The ending was rushed which dim..."
"Just OK. It isn't easy to condense the history of a major section of the world to less than 200 pages, and with 3/4 of the boo..."
"This book is okay, But I like FRINDLE BETTER!"
"First published in 1971, "The Underground Man" is the 16th novel in the Lew Archer series. Ross Macdonald disguises ..."
"What do Grandma's like to do? Anything fun! Sing, dress up like twins, bake and play Shoe Shop. Best of all, cuddle up with ..."
"Spending the day with Grandpa can be fun! Eat, play, draw, fun tricks, games and more! The hard part is saying, "Goodbye..."
"Are you brave? Are you friendly? Do you have a super power? If you answered, "Yes", than you have what it takes to..."
"Great dual read. Sequel is I love Lemonade"
"Other, lesser books have tried to answer the question of whether and how to vaccinate. This one invites us to deeply consider t..."
"A difficult book to get through, unless you think Suzuki is as great as he thinks he is..."
"The book is very well written and easy to read for a history book. It is somewhat surprising to read how, like now, the region ..."
"Interesting, dynamic and beautifully written book with many fascinating details of everyday life in Afghanistan, people's relat..."
"I am stunned that so many people liked this book. I didn't like it at all. And all that stuff about beets etc is disgusting."
"feminism is CANCER!!!!!"
"lena is a sick freak who raped her sister and freaked out when people called her out...feminism is CANCER!!!!!"