Register for this year's TD Summer Reading Club and let your imagination go WILD at your library! The Summer Reading Club is open to children of all ages, including preschoolers. Libraries across the province will be celebrating Get Your Summer Read On Day on June 25th.
This June, the PEI Public Library Service will be participating in First Nation Communities READ. This annual reading program promotes works written or illustrated by First Nations peoples throughout Canada, while nurturing family literacy and intergenerational storytelling.
Congratulations to the winners of the 2016 PEI Book Awards: Finley Martin for "Dead Letter" (Fiction), David Helwig for "Keeping Late Hours" (Poetry), and Debra Komar for "The Bastard of Fort Stikine" (Non-fiction).
Use your library card to access a wide assortment of e-books and MP3 audiobooks. Available 24/7.
Freegal is a "free" and "legal" downloadable music service available through the PEI Public Library Service. Browse over 3 million songs and download 5 tracks per week. All you need is your library card!