Created in February 1998, the media library at Alliance Française Vancouver offers a space to gather, socialize, and
access leisure activities. The library houses the largest collection of French language items in British
Columbia, with over 11,000 items covering multiple disciplines of literature, appropriate for all levels and ages. It also serves as an
important resource centre for students.
While the media library is free to access, you must register as a member for borrowing privileges and to enjoy additional services.
Let's celebrate International Day of Women and Girls in Science together, which takes place every year on February
This day is an opportunity to recall that women and girls play an essential role in the scientific and technological community, and that
their participation must be reinforced.
For the occasion, we have selected some books and documentaries for children.
J'aimerais te parler d'elles
Sophie Carquain, Pauline Duhamel
Sophie Germain : la femme cachée des mathématiques
Sylvie Dodeller, Julien Billaudeau
Histoires du soir pour filles rebelles
Elena Favilli, Francesca Cavallo
Browse through thousands of reference materials, check your current borrowed items, choose, reserve, and hold any item.
Have you seen our bookworm friend in the library ?
Here is a friendly reminder of our library rules :
Meet our librarian !
My name is Clara and I come from Normandy. I am doing a one year civic service at Alliance française Vancouver's library.
In my daily life I like to read, take long walks and visit monuments/museums. I am quite curious and I like to make new discoveries, whether it be cultural or literary.
My professional experience with children will help me plan many activities to promote and share francophone cultures.
This amazing online library offers over 220,000 items covering the daily press, magazines, novels, children’s books, comic books, and more.