What should I read next, and WHERE DO I FIND IT?

We can’t get to a library right now–the school library OR the VPL. You might have read and reread all the books in your house already, and spent your book budget for the month (at local bookstores, of course).

Luckily, there are many great digital libraries that are offering free access at the moment. Some of my current favourites are:


        - Books for Kids

Epic Books: Offers novels, picture books, non-fiction, audio books, and even read aloud options for pre/early readers! Teachers will be sending invitations to either parent or student VSB email accounts, or you can contact Mme Brogan.

VPL LogoVancouver Public Library: They have a large digital library and have partnered with TumbleBooks to give kids more access to online books. No library card? No problem, you can register online.

audible, an amazon companyAudible A great collection of audio books for kids, from picture books to fairytales, classics and novels. There are multiple languages available, including french! Free instant streaming, no accounts needed!

Tumblebooks Library Tumblebooks: Quilchena families are being given temporary free access to their incredibly large database of ebooks including audio books and graphic novels.
Username: Quilchenalibrary
Password: trial