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eBooks and More!

City of Melville Library members have access to a wide selection of online resources, available to use anytime, anywhere. All you need is your library card number and PIN.

Not a Member?

Membership is free for all residents of Western Australia. Check out our memberships page to learn more about membership benefits, or visit one of our libraries in person to join.


We’ve got a great selection of eBooks, including new releases from bestselling authors. eBooks are available from:


Download and listen to a great selection from well-known authors. eAudiobooks are available from:

eMagazines and eNewspapers

eMagazines and eNewspapers are digital replicas of traditional hard copy editions – you’ll find all the same content as you would in the printed versions. eMagazines and eNewspapers are available from:

You can also find links to a number of free online newspapers and magazines by visiting our eResources page.

eComics and Graphic Novels

Digital replicas of printed comics and graphic novels, eComics are available from:


Download or stream films, documentaries and TV series straight to your own device. eVideos are available from:

Online Book Clubs

Join one of our digital book clubs. It’s free and you’ll get instant access to the current book club selection (no hold required!) Once you’ve read the eBook, join the online discussion to share your thoughts about the title with readers from around Australia and the world.

eResources for Kids

Stories, games and more!

Noongar eResources

Engage with Noongar music, song, dance, knowledge and language.

  • Mayakeniny
    Mayakeniny means 'sound dancing'. This website showcases the Noongar music, song, dance, and language outputs of the Restoring on-Country Performance project.
  • Kaartdijin Noongar
    Kaartdijin means 'knowledge'. The aim of the Kaartdijin website is to share the richness of Noongar knowledge, culture and history in order to strengthen community and promote wider understanding.

Other eResources

Access online resources to learn, research or have fun. There are many topics to choose from, for example learn a language with Mango Languages.

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