Ebsco E-booksYou’ll find reference materials and a broad range of nonfiction topics, including business, computer and information technology, literature, medicine and general science, as well as fiction titles. Ebsco E-AudiobooksYou’ll find a selection of nonfiction and fiction titles for your listening pleasure but do not look here for the newest bestsellers. Gale Virtual Reference LibraryThis is a huge collection of encyclopedias, dictionaries, biographical reports and other nonfiction research materials appropriate...Read more
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Notice: Effective April 10, 2014, the OverDrive Media Console (OMC) mobile app for BlackBerry will no longer be available to download on BlackBerry, BlackBerry 10, and Playbook devices. BlackBerry users with the app installed prior to April 10 will be able to continue downloading eBooks and audiobooks via OMC. However, no further development or testing will be dedicated to it. In the past year, OMC for BlackBerry has experienced a...Read more
Windsor Public Library is thrilled to launch its Guest Blogger program. Once a month we’ll invite someone from our community with a particular interest or expertise to share their three favourite items on that topic from WPL’s collection. We’re also getting kind of nosy and asking them what other reading materials are on their nightstand! This is a fun way to see how others in our community are using WPL’s...Read more
As you may have heard, a previously unpublished Dr. Seuss Book, What Pet Should I Get?, will be coming out this July. If you like children’s literature half as much as I do you can hardly wait! The book was discovered by Seuss’ widow, Audrey Geisel, in 2013 and, as at least one article suggested, the title sounds a bit like a buzzfeed article. The book features familiar some Seussian characters,...Read more
Star Wars, Harry Potter, Star Trek, Twilight, The Hunger Games, & 50 Shades of Grey? While you may not be a fan, it’s undeniably true that the 50 Shades phenomenon has reached heights that many franchises only aspire to. It is in and it is popular, but not all tastes are covered by the matter. If you’re feeling left out of the conversation, don’t worry. The library has you covered...Read more
Since 1894, the Windsor Public Library has been a meeting place for people, ideas, learning and culture. Deeply rooted in the community and rapidly evolving with it into the 21st century, WPL remains the familiar, well-trusted public institution that is has been since inception. It continues to be an award-winning innovator on behalf of the community; ensuring residents have innovative and universal access to information. Windsor’s first free library came into existence...Read more