Books and More
Our collections for children, young adults and adults are available on five kilometers of shelf space and include:
- fiction, non-fiction, biographies, large print books, graphic novels, books for new adults readers, magazines and newspapers.
- music, books and language methods on compact disks.
- movies on DVD, including several National Film Board movies.
- reference materials for in-house consultation such as encyclopaedias, dictionaries, almanacs, directories, medical books, consumer guides and government documents.
- a microfilm collection that includes local newspapers and historical documents such as census records, marriage registers, and land grant information.
- the Heritage Collection, with a historical collection focusing on materials relating to the counties of Albert, Westmorland, and Kent. It also includes part of the collection of the South-Eastern Branch of the New Brunswick Genealogical Society, as well as the Denham collection, which features Northrop Frye literature and artifacts.
In the library, you will also find:
- 4 ipads for children with Internet access and games.
- 14 adult and young adult computer workstations with Internet access and popular software.
- Access to the City of Moncton's WiFi network.
- Three group study rooms available on a first come first serve basis.
- A 15 person meeting room and an 80 person meeting room available for rental for a reasonable fee.
- Adaptive technologies such as a video magnifier for people with low vision as well as a workstation carrying a variety of software for those with print disabilities. For more information on our new services and collections, click here. To view our new online resources, click here.
Other free services include:
- Reference service to assist you in your search for information.
- Reader's advisory to help you find what you could read next.
- Tutorials designed to teach basic computer and Internet skills.
- Exam proctoring.
- Dynamic programming for adults and teens and for children.