A list of classics of epic literature from around the world.
A list of newer and older fiction and non-fiction titles selected by VPL's Information Services team.
Celebrate Pride 2014 with a selection of fiction and non-fiction titles with LGBT themes. Recommended by VPL's Information Services Staff.
A suggested GLBTQ teen reading list.
A selection of books from the collection of Vancouver Public Library to commemorate the centennial of the First World War.
The Nobel Prize winning Nadine Gordimer was a South African author, whose writing was influenced by her anti-apartheid views.
An introduction to world religions selected by VPL's Information Services staff.
A list of newer and older fiction and non-fiction titles selected by VPL's Information Services staff.
The summer concert and festival season is upon us! Delve into folk, blues and roots music through these books, CDs, DVDs and more.
Books for the BC Summer Reading Club Theme 2: Funny People.
Past Popular Picks
You can learn all about the early history of great civilizations! Ancient & Medieval History has timelines, maps, events, biographies, images & videos, primary sources and more.
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|Parents' Night Out at West Point Grey Branch|
West Point Grey Branch
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Mount Pleasant Branch
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Information about VCC learning centres at the library
posted on August 26, 2014
Vancouver Community College has informed VPL that the college is closing its English as a Second Language learning centres in VPL branches by the end of November. Read more
VPL in the news: New VPL Library collection opens door for readers with print disabilities
posted on August 21, 2014
Find out how VPL's new CELA collection is providing access to over 200,000 items including books and magazines in audio, e-text and braille...
VPL is re-organizing several floors of the Central Library this summer, making it easier to find materials and getting ready for its new ‘technology floor’ and Inspiration Lab.