The Tyndale St-Georges Children's Library has been a cozy and vibrant part of the Tyndale St-Georges Community Centre since 1970. Despite our small size, we see between 9 000 and 10 000 visitors every year!

A space where all children are welcome to gather and improve their literacy skills, learn about and experience the world around them and empower themselves as members of their community.

We're open Monday to Saturday, and each day we offer engaging drop-in activities for elementary-aged children. Children are also free to read at any time, and earn points as part of our popular reading program.

We have a core group of 10 dedicated volunteers that make our library even better.
We accept book donations (if they are gently used, or new).


Monday to Thursday 9am to 6pm
Friday 10am to 6pm
Saturday 10am to 4pm


We have 6 500+ books in the collection (about 70% are in English & 30% in French)
Children and parents can borrow up to 10 books for 3 weeks at a time.

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Free Time

Start your week off with a little bit of freedom! Choose from our games, craft materials or just sit and chat with your friends. Every Monday, YOU choose what to do at our library.
Free for all - No registration required

Chess & Puzzles

Join Steve, AKA Captain Catalyst, for chess lessons and exciting mind-bending puzzles. It’s time to finally learn how to solve the Rubik’s Cube!
Free for all - No registration required

Arts & Crafts

From bottle cap art to yarn art, we've got art covered.
Free for all - No registration required


Join us for Pokémon Trading Card games and tournaments! Bring your own cards or borrow ours, either way you’ll be improving your math and language skills. Monthly booster pack prizes to be won.
Free for all - No registration required

Reading Club

At our library you earn points for reading! Use these points to buy small toys, craft supplies and more. Better yet, on Fridays you earn DOUBLE the points. What could be better?
Free for all - No registration required

Since 1927, Tyndale St-Georges Community Centre has provided empowering educational programming for residents of Little Burgundy from birth through adulthood.

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Tyndale St-Georges Children’s Library decided to start a new program creating an online audio library accessible to everyone.

The chosen books are read by our librarians, volunteers and youths. They are mostly adapted for children between 2 and 7 years old.
Audio books have many benefits for children such as :

  • They develop listening skills and encourage quiet concentration.
  • Younger children can understand language above their reading age, learn new words and advanced phraseology
  • They are a great choice for keeping children busy.
  • They are more stimulating and educational than video games or movies.
  • Like paper books, audio books stimulate children’s imagination.
  • It gives the opportunity to introduce the children to another language than their mother tongue.

Audio books are a source of wonder for children of all ages!
*You will need Google Chrome to download the audio books.