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We have collections of eResources, books, magazines, newspapers, and other items for viewing or borrowing.


Go digital and download books, magazines, newspapers, music, movies and online resources to your computer, tablet, eReader or phone. Go to eLibrary to get started.


Books for adults

There are novels (fiction), information books, reference books and graphic novels. There are new books regularly in the libraries including best sellers, recent releases and award-winning books.

Books for young people

There are novels, talking books and graphic novels for young people.

Books for children

There are children’s novels and information books. For younger children there are also picture books, board books, talking and rhyming books. Children’s books are available in many community languages. Some of our children's books are colour-coded.

Orange stripes: These are easy information picture books suitable for young children. Subject areas include: counting and alphabet, shapes, colours and art, animals, transport, places people live, all about people, festivals and food, space, maths, technology and environment.

Green stripes: These are books that are suitable for children who are learning to read. There are a number of different series providing opportunities for exposure to lots of words.


We have many different formats of magazines you can borrow, including popular magazines about art, computers, cookery, craft, current affairs, fashion, gardening, health and fitness, music and parenting. Magazines are available for adults, teenagers and children.

We also offer eMagazines through OverDrive, PressReader and Flipster. You can find out more on our eLibrary page.


PressReader: Access to online newspapers from around the world in full-colour full-page format. Newspapers are available in their original languages. National and local papers are available.

English language hard copy newspapers are available daily and they include The Age, Herald Sun, The Australian, and Australian Financial Review. The Moreland Leader, The Weekly Times are available weekly.

Newspapers are also available in community languages. Check which library has your language.


A variety of different types of music CDs can be borrowed including: international and Australian rock and popular music, reggae, opera, classical, jazz, Australian Indigenous music and local music CDs.

CDs are also available in community languages. Check which library has your language.


There are DVDs of movies, some television series, documentaries and music concerts.

Books and items in community languages

There are books, CDs, DVDs, newspapers and magazines available in many community languages. Check which library has your language.

Language kits to learn English and other languages

Language kits have books and CDs to help you learn a language.

Large print books and magazines

There is a large print section for adult readers in each library. Anyone may borrow a large print book. A large print edition of Reader’s Digest magazine can be borrowed from the Brunswick, Coburg or Glenroy Libraries. The large print section also includes books in a font that may be helpful for dyslexic readers.

Local Studies

The Local Studies collection includes a wide range of materials relating to the local history of the area now known as Moreland. There are books, magazines, newspapers, microfiche, photographs and other historical records at Brunswick, Coburg and Glenroy libraries. Some photographs, plans and newsletters have been digitised and are available in the local history catalogue.

Talking books

We have a wide range of talking books for adults, young people and children. They are available in CD and MP3 formats.

A program supporting local creators

Made in Moreland is an innovative program that supports and promotes local musicians, writers and filmmakers by buying their CDs, books and films for the library. The Made in Moreland collection features over 400 CDs of local musicians.

Collection for readers with dyslexia

There are large print books printed in a font that may be helpful for people with dyslexia. Adult level books are shelved in the large print section, while books for young people and children are in those areas.