Facebook October 26, 2020


Our collection of books at the Edmundston public library totals approximately 50, 000 items for all ages and tastes, and you are not limited to this collection alone. Your library card allows you to place holds on items in all the public libraries of the province, which is close to 1.8 million.

The young adult and adult collection on the 2nd floor of the library consists of all the books and items available for loan for these age groups in both languages.

  • Novels
  • Non fiction on various subjects, including biographies
  • Graphic novels and manga
  • Magazines
  • Audio-visual documents (CDs et DVDs)


The children's collection is diverse. Did you know that in addition to books by Robert Munsch, the Caillou series, or books on animals, we also offer:

Beginning reader

These books are a separate section and are specially selected to help children who are beginning to read. Here you will find easy-to-read books.

Braille collection

We have a collection of storybooks in text and in Braille that allows parents or children without vision problems to read a story to their parents or children with vision problems.

Collection for parents

This developing collection includes recipes for babies, picture books for young children on subjects such as mourning, intimidation, sleep, mental health, etc.


The reference collection is available for consultation at the library. It consists of works such as atlases, dictionaries, encyclopediae and much more.

If you want to do genealogical research, come see us, we can help you start your family tree.

The Heritage Room collection aims to gather together, preserve and offer permanent access to items that are of importance to the region.


The 14 computers with Internet access are accessible for free during library hours. The computer lab consists of 8 computers and one screen that enlarges text for people with vision problems. Two computers with 30 minutes session are available for you to check your email. There are two computers in the children's section accessible to children 12 years and under. On the 2nd floor, two other computers are available. Your library card gives you the opportunity to have 2 computer sessions a day.

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