Adult

June 21 - August 29

Bookopoly – Roll a die, move to the appropriate square and complete the task! This summer, open the door to a whole new world and take your imagination places you never thought you could! Between June 21st and August 29th we will have weekly draws for entries submitted each week. Grand prizes will be drawn from all entries received throughout the summer.

The more you read, the more chances you will have to win!


Library Services for you ...

eResources

A trip to the Leduc Public Library, virtually or physically, is only one way to access FREE library materials. If you check online you will find a wealth of information, books and educational resources for all ages.

Libby, RomanceBookCloud, TeenBookCloud and Tumblebooks are some of the databases which grant you access to audio books, eBooks, graphic novels and more.

PressReader provides instant access to current and back issues of newspapers from around the world. Care to learn a new language? Then you better check out Pronunciator where you will find 80 languages to study!

TumbleMath provides children’s books on learning different levels of math-based literacy. A to Z World Food supplies thousands of recipes for you to create an array of international cuisine at your home. Cruise through Hoopla to find movies, TV shows, eBooks and audiobooks for both children and adults.
Plus, a library membership grants you access to Lynda.com, Cypress Resume, Consumer Reports, Auto Repair Source, RBdigital (eMagazines), Solaro and so much more.

Explore Leduc Public Library’s vast array of online eResources from our website.

Are you a visual learner? Then check out the eResource Niche Academy for video tutorials to learn how to use many of the library’s eResources.

Still have questions? Not a problem. Contact the library to speak to staff about the wonderful resources you have access to right from your home!


Reading with Your Community


Hey Leduc! Your library and community want to hear what you’ve been reading! Share thoughts and opinions to help uncover new hidden literary gems. Go to our website leduclibrary.ca under Programs to share your review and see what others in our community are reading.


Readers Advisory

Did you know that you can have a personal reading list created just for you? Checkout “Services” on the library’s website and fill in the Readers Advisory form to help staff select books we hope you will enjoy. Don’t have access to the internet? Not a problem! Pick up a paper copy to fill out and return, or, call the library and leave a message with your name, telephone number and an explanation that you would like a Readers Advisory list made. A staff member will contact you, as soon as we are able, to fill out your form over the phone!