Non-Fiction

Library Guides

We have created the following Library Guides that are accessible here in pdf format. Each Guide is completely hyperlinked so you can click the listed subject areas to get a complete list of items in our catalogue on that subject. All urls are also hyperlinked.

  • Active Transportation (pdf)
    Active transportation refers to any form of human-powered transportation and is a key element in urban planning. The incorporation of fitness and recreational opportunities is key to supporting the healthy and active lifestyle of residents so this guide aims to help motivate, educate and encourage you to seek opportunities to be active.
  • Business and Entrepreneurship (pdf)
    In this guide you will find items within our collection to help you with all aspects of your business from planning, fundraising, marketing, to leadership. For even more business-related information, visit our Business Resources page.
  • Computer Programming and Coding (pdf)
    In this guide you will find items within our collection on various programming platforms, languages and platforms such as Raspberry Pi and Arduino.
  • Minecraft (pdf)
    In this guide you will find a number of items within our juvenile, young adult and adult collections related to building, designing and learning about everyone’s favourite virtual building platform.
  • Pregnancy and Parenting (pdf)
    Let us help you find the information you need and provide you with the resources that will make the most of your new experiences and help make the raising of your child the best it can be. This guide is filled with access to many great items in our collection.
  • Video Games in Popular Culture (pdf)
    In this guide you will find a number of items within our collection on the history, and present state of video games and their social aspects.
  • Web Design (pdf)
    This guide leads you to items in our collection to help you learn to design and code websites using HTML, CSS and Javascript and more.

Photo of Emma WatsonEmma Watson Book Club

Actress Emma Watson has a book club on goodreads.com called Our Shared Shelf where she discusses feminist books. These are some of her recommendations, with links to our catalogue.

Image by Georges Biard [CC BY-SA 3.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0)], via Wikimedia Commons