The PEI Public Library Service offers a wide variety of materials in alternative formats for individuals with print disabilities.
What is a print disability?
A print disability is a learning, physical or visual disability that prevents a person...
OverDrive: eBooks & Audiobooks
Your library card gives you 24/7 access to a wide variety of eBooks and audiobooks through Overdrive.
How do I access Overdrive?
Your 14-digit library card number
You can read or listen to titles on your...
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English as an Additional Language (EAL) Tutoring
The PEI Public Library Service and the Immigrant & Refugee Services Association PEI - IRSA offer a free EAL program to help adults learn English. This program includes one-on-one tutoring and...
The PEI Public Library Service has 25 public libraries across the province. Your PEI Public Library Card can be used at any of our locations:
Bibliothèque publique d'Abram-Village
Alberton Public Library
Borden-Carleton Public Library
Use the drop-down arrow on the upper right-hand side of the calendar to filter programs by location. For any questions about library programs, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
What is the online catalogue?
The Public Library Service's online catalogue is your tool to explore our collection of books, DVDs, audiobooks, games, and more. Through the catalogue, you can locate items in any PEI public library, place holds, renew...
Library of Things
The Library of Things collection offers a variety of non-traditional items for the public to borrow for free with their PEI Public Library Card.
Binge Boxes are collections of DVDs all gathered into one "binge box"...
3D printing is available at select PEI Public Library Service locations. Printers are operated by library staff and all printing projects must use library-supplied plastic filament. Currently, we are only able to print models in a single...
If you are a resident of Prince Edward Island, you can get a PEI Public Library Card for free. With a library card, you can borrow any item in our collection, use our public access computers and access our digital collections from your home.
How do I...