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Ebooks & E-Audiobooks

Your NVDPL library card gives you access to a variety of e-content: from ebooks and e-audiobooks to e-comics, e-magazines, e-newspapers and more.
All available to you 24/7.

NVDPL e-resources are available to residents of the District of North Vancouver with an NVDPL library card in good standing (i.e., fines no more than $5).

Need help with digital resources? 
Contact E-Support


Bibliothèque numérique (French Language Collection)

Bibliothèque numérique (French Language Collection)

Explore French language eBooks and audiobooks from Canadian and international publishers including fiction bestsellers, non-fiction and more.

Libby & Library2Go (OverDrive) E-Magazines

Libby & Library2Go (OverDrive) E-Magazines

Browse your favourite magazines on the go. Includes People (special issues), National Geographic, Hello, Vogue, Better Homes & Gardens and more.

Libby & Library2Go (OverDrive) Ebooks & E-Audiobooks

Libby & Library2Go (OverDrive) Ebooks & E-Audiobooks

Take great books wherever you go! Popular fiction and non-fiction ebooks and audiobooks for all ages. Read online or download to a mobile device.

Novelist Plus

Novelist Plus

Want to know what to read next? Search by author, title, series or plot. Includes award-winning books, discussion guides and recommended reads.

Tumble Book Library

Tumble Book Library

K-6 children's ebook database. Listen and read along with favourite picture books from Robert Munsch, Kate DiCamillo and more. Includes Spanish and French.

Tumble Math

Tumble Math

K-6 math ebooks designed to make learning fun! Includes stories, instructional videos, educational games, quizzes & more to teach math concepts.

On Web

ALA Book Awards

News and listings of American book awards including the Newbery, Caldecott and many other annual literary prizes awarded by the American Library Association.

Canadian Children's Book Centre Awards

The Canadian Children's Book Centre (CBCC) has the best list of Canadian book awards! Link to the awards pages for lists of hundreds of Canadian literary awards.

Course Materials for Educators

From BCcampus OpenEd,a searchable collection of open textbooks. The curated collection aligns with the top 40 subject areas in BC. Many of these textbooks have been reviewed and vetted by BC post-secondary faculty. Textbooks can be read online, downloaded, and printed.

Early Childhood Literacy: Storytime Resources

This is part of the website of Saroj Ghoting, an early childhood literacy consultant associated with ALA's Every Child Ready to Read campaign. Packed with practical ideas!

International Children's Library

The digital library has thousands on international children's books - online! Chose stories from around the world, in other languages, or listen to one of the favourite classics.


Jbrary is a library of storytime resources for those of us working with children. Join us for songs, rhymes, fingerplays, and more.

Library2Go - Children

Library2Go includes a selection of children's titles that are available as downloadable e-books.

Library2Go - Teens

Includes a selection of teen titles that are available as downloadable ebooks.

North Shore News

Connecting North and West Vancouver since 1969, the North Shore News has evolved to become a valued community information source both in print and online. This resource provides residents of all ages with information on local opportunities, entertainment and relevant community information.

Red Cedar Book Award

The Red Cedar is B.C.'s young readers choice award for students in Grades 4 - 7. Each year a list of titles are nominated in fiction and information categories and students have six months to read, write and vote for their favourite!

Sing Tao Daily Canadian Chinese Newspaper

An online version of Sing Tao Daily Canadian Chinese Newspaper in traditional Chinese and translatable into English.

Teen Ink Magazine

An online and print magazine written by teens for teens. Submit your own work or read what others have created. Includes fiction, non-fiction, poetry, reviews, art, photography, opinions, and sports.

The Claremont Review: Literary Magazine for Young Adult Writers

A Canadian-based international magazine for young adult writers, age 13 to 19. Features an annual fiction and poetry contest with cash prizes.

YALSA Awards & Grants

Award-winning titles written by youth aged 12-18, selected by the Young Adult Library Services Association (YALSA).

YALSA Booklists

Find out about some of the best authors, books, films and graphic novels for teens, selected by the Young Adult Library Services Association (YALSA).

Young People's Press

Non-fiction and news perspectives written by youth and young writers between 14 and 24. Some of this writing has been published in over 500 Canadian and American newspapers.

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