Read Alberta eBooks

Borrow an Alberta eBook online from your public library.

 

On this page:

Overview

Prairie Indigenous eBook Collection

Borrow an eBook

Using Read Alberta eBooks on Mobile Devices

Campaign materials

Stay connected

Overview

In 2017, the BPAA partnered with the Alberta government to make Alberta-published eBooks available to readers across the province. The Read Alberta eBooks collection is continually enriched as titles are added on a regular basis.

The BPAA and its member publishers are grateful to Alberta Municipal Affairs’ Public Library Services Branch for this much-needed investment in our industry.

Prairie Indigenous eBook Collection

Launched in January 2019, this significant addition to the Alberta eBooks repository brings together over 200 titles from publishers in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta. The first of its kind in Canada, the Prairie Indigenous collection increases access to stories by Indigenous authors, and writings about Indigenous culture.

Borrow an eBook

To borrow an Alberta eBook, click on your regional library below:

Calgary Public Library

Chinook Arch Regional Library System

Edmonton Public Library

Fort Saskatchewan Public Library

Marigold Library System

Northern Lights Library System

Parkland Regional Library

Peace Library System

Red Deer Public Library

Shortgrass Library System

St. Albert Public Library

Strathcona County Library

Yellowhead Regional Library System

Wood Buffalo Public Library

How to use Alberta eBooks for iOS

How to use Alberta eBooks for Android

Campaign materials

Download Read Alberta eBooks material to display or hand out:

Poster (.pdf)
Bookmark (.pdf)
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Prairie Indigenous eBook Collection:

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News

February 15, 2019: Celebrating two years of success! The Read Alberta eBooks Collection continues to grow

January 21, 2019: BPAA partners with the Alberta government to launch the Prairie Indigenous eBook Collection

February 16, 2017: New digital collection improves access to Alberta books

Stay connected

Follow @ABbookpub on Twitter or check this page for updates.