Consumer information including research, reviews, recommendations and trends in consumer and automotive products.
Magazines For Kids
Read popular magazines online, such as People, Macleans, Rolling Stone, Sports illustrated and more. Read the FAQ to find out how. Note Some magazines have expiry dates when downloaded to a device.
National Geographic digital magazine from 1888 to the present, in full colour and fully searchable, plus National Geographic Traveler digital magazine, National Geographic books, videos and more.
Free access using your library card to thousands of popular newspapers and magazines. Previous version was called Newspaper Direct Press Display. Includes local and international newspapers in multiple languages. To learn how to use PressReader, click here. PLEASE NOTE: We recommend accessing PressReader with your browser on your computer or your mobile device. Alternatively, you can use the PressReader app by signing in with your library card. In using the app, when you are not connected to a Hot Spot, you will only be able to view previously downloaded content on the app for 48 hours. After 48 hours you will need to re-authenticate with your Library card to reset your remote access timer.
Chinese-language digital magazines, in full colour and fully searchable.
Popular and current digital magazine publications that you can read on your computer or download to your mobile device. Read magazines on your device anytime, anywhere. Plus, download as many as you like, and keep them for as long as you like. Our RBdigital FAQs will get you started. Funded in part by Public Library Services, Municipal Affairs. Previously: Zinio for Libraries.
Air & Space digital Magazine from 1986 to the present and Smithsonian digital Magazine from 1970 to the present, in full colour and fully searchable.
Magazines For Kids
National Geographic Kids digital magazine, in full colour and fully searchable, plus National Geographic books, pictures and more.