Digital Books & Homework Help

Visit the library without leaving home!

You will need to have your library card number and PIN code to use these online resources. Don't have a library card? Learn how you can join the library.

Need help? Email or call library staff at 1-844-649-8127.


Digital Books & Reading

Libby/OverDrive: eBooks, eAudiobooks, & eMagazines

On ORL eBooks, borrow your favourite eBooks, eAudiobooks, and eMagazines. 
Get started with the ORL eBooks collection.


Looking for TeenBookCloud? We no longer subscribe to this online resource. You can find similar digital books on the Libby App/ORL eBooks collection: 


Image links to NoveList database.

NoveList can help you figure out what to read next. Find your next favourite book, get read-alike suggestions for books you enjoy, read reviews of fiction books, and find recommended read lists for your favourite genre.
Watch the NoveList Tutorial


Homework Help

CodeCombat logo, adventurer holds a jungle vine and look at a display of gems.

CodeCombat: Start your coding adventure with CodeCombat! Learn Python, JavaScript, or C++, while you play through a fantasy game. Recommended for ages 9 and up.
Learn more about CodeCombat


Explora Logo links to research database.

Explora offers reliable information on a wide range of subjects including Arts and Literature, Biography, Business and Government, Current Events, Geography, Health, History, Science and Math. Great to use for research papers and projects, you can find articles from the Academic Search Elite, MasterFILE Premier, and GreenFILE databases. 
Watch the Explora Tutorial


Image links to Britannica Library

Britannica Library for Young Adults offers encyclopedia articles, images, and videos. It includes interactive World Atlas and tools for country stats comparisons, biographies, and how-to documents for research and writing reports.
Watch the Britannica Library Tutorial


Global Road Warrior

Global Road Warrior is packed with colour photos, over 1000 country maps and information on culture, customs and travel essentials for 175 countries and nations.
Watch the Global Road Warrior Tutorial

Logo links to the Kermode Education login and access page

Kermode Education can help you learn how identify if a website's information is accurate and trustworthy. When logging in, enter the first 5 digits of your library card barcode number as the license key.
Get started with Kermode.

Image links to the Points to the Past historical content collection

Points to the Past is a site where you can search digitized historical content and primary source materials such as maps, photographs, newspapers, manuscripts, pamphlets, poems, sermons, and more. No log in needed when accessing from within British Columbia!


These are only a few of the online resources the library has to offer, explore them all!