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Accessible Collections

The Boyne Regional Library strives to provide materials for people of all ability levels.

In House Collections

  • Large Print adult fiction, non fiction, and biographies.
  • Audiobooks + Read-Along Books for children
  • Dyslexia-Friendly Books for children (coming soon)

Other Accessible Collections

The National Network of Equitable Library Service (NNELS)

If you have a print disability, you qualify to register as a print-disabled library member: this allows you to access resources from NNELS. NNELS is a repository of content owned and sustained by Canadian public libraries, working with partners to make copies of books in accessible formats for readers in Canada who have print disabilities. For more information  please visit the NNELS website.

The Centre for Equitable Library Access (CELA)

The Centre for Equitable Library Access, CELA, is a national not-for-profit organization that provides accessible reading services to the approximately 3 million people across Canada with print disabilities. Through these services we can now provide audiobook, ebook and e-Braille downloads, and/or physical CDs to patrons who identify themselves as having a print disability. For more information please visit the CELA website.


Libby is a collection of reading and listening material for all ages, available online for you to read on your computer desktop or mobile device. Find ebooks, audiobooks & more.

Find out how to use Libby with a screen reader.


Free public domain downloadable audiobooks at Librivox.

Other Materials And Services

Technology is available at the library which may help with accessibility.

We also offer Accessible Services for people with print disabilities or anyone who may require additional assistance.

Do you still have questions?

For help with any of the resources above, please contact us.