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There are lots of titles to discover on the shelf

Access resources from other Alberta libraries

TAL Online allows you to request titles from across the province, or you can apply for a TAL card or ME card to borrow items in-person at libraries across Alberta.

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eContent for Libraries

Major multinational publishers are placing restrictions on digital titles, and public libraries face excessively high prices and restrictive purchasing models for both digital audiobooks and eBooks. Libraries lend digital copies just like physical books — on a one-to-one basis — but the cost for digital copies is exponentially higher. This means you may find yourself waiting a very long time to borrow digital titles.

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Book Clubs in a Bag make organizing your next read easy.

Each bag contains 10 copies of a title, sample discussion questions, information on how to read a book for discussion, and how to lead a discussion. The loan period is six weeks, and you can have two bags out at a time.

Please return the bag with all items to a staff member when finished; the bags do not fit in the book return chute.

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Follow the book discussion online

The Library's Boundless Book Club discusses a monthly read through social media.

In October, we're reading the acclaimed true crime novel Chase Darkness With Me by Billy Jensen. 

Join the Boundless Book Club