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Join Public Libraries Across Canada for the First National, Bilingual Digital Book Club!
Alongside more than 500 other Canadian public libraries, we are excited to announce the first national, bilingual (English and French) digital book club!
More than 80% of Canadian public libraries will be offering free, unlimited access to Vi by Kim Thúy, in eBook and eAudiobook formats across different platforms from January 1-31, 2021. Vi will be available in English and French – without holds or waitlists – to all CPL cardholders.
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CALEDON PUBLIC LIBRARY LAUNCHES NEW WEBSITE Bolton, ON – Caledon Public Library (CPL) is thrilled to unveil its new and improved website, now live at caledon.library.on.ca. CPL embarked on the redesign project in September 2019 with the goal of making the site more mobile friendly, intuitive, accessible and modern. A public feedback survey was launched […]
Welcome to the new library blog! Let us show you around! The What to Read Next page of our website is your one-stop spot for great reading recommendations, and it is also the home of our Reasons 2 Read blog. You’ll see clickables to let you sort through the blog posts by category. Click For […]
We’ve all spent a little more time than usual at home this year and by now, even as the school year begins, you may have some downtime to enjoy playing a videogame or two. Caledon Public Library has a growing collection of console games that we think you will enjoy! Video Game titles are generally […]
Whether you’re returning in-person, online, or a mix of the two, September is back-to-school season. Check out some of these contemporary YA reads set in high school as you settle into your new school routine. We Used to Be Friends by Amy Spalding At the start of their senior year in high school, James (a girl […]
CALEDON PUBLIC LIBRARY EXPANDS VISITING LIBRARY SERVICES Caledon, ON – Do you need books and other library materials but are unable to travel to the library? In alignment with the Town of Caledon’s Covid-19 Recovery Plan and the proposed action for “Supporting Community Connectedness”, Caledon Public Library (CPL) is expanding our Visiting Library Service (VLS). […]
So what is Science Literacy Week exactly? From their website, “Science Literacy Week showcases the diversity of Canadian science and the culture it’s embedded in. Libraries, museums, science centres, schools and not-for-profits come together to highlight the books, movies, podcasts and events that convey the excitement and influence of science in our everyday lives. It’s about […]
With the change of season brings what may be arguably one of the best book release periods in recent memory. Partly due to the disruption of the publishing cycle because of Covid-19, there are many highly anticipated new books dropping in autumn. Be sure to check out the following new releases coming out in September. […]
Nintendo’s latest edition of Animal Crossing has hit the Switch world by storm. The widely popular social simulation game is imaginative and full of endless creative possibilities that kids absolutely love, from fishing to planting flowers, building gardens and pools, kids won’t be able to put this game down! Equally popular, here are a few other widely […]
While this list may not interest everyone, the fact is we ARE living through a pandemic so I figured some people might want to read books about or set during a pandemic. These books just might fit the bill for you. FICTION: Blindness by José Saramago A city is hit by an epidemic of “white blindness” […]
When I find myself with the “book blahs” and nothing is holding my attention, I turn to audiobooks. Sometimes the change in format is enough to turn the reading slump around. And for the record, listening to audiobooks ABSOULTELY “counts” as reading. If anyone challenges you on that, tell them a librarian said so! I […]