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LIBRARY HOURS - Please note our Library hours for Curbside Pick-Up
10:00 AM-12:00 PM
COVID-19 Library Curbside Pick-Up
We are so excited to announce that we can now invite you to begin borrowing books from Peace Portal Library! Our new system will be curbside pickup/dropoff only to ensure that we are meeting all proper social distancing guidelines. We want to thank our volunteers who have been working hard over the past few weeks to get the system up and running to continue to provide books and resources to all who are interested.
You will need to read our new Library Protocols before being able to access books or resources from our library. You can find all protocols by clicking here.
If you have any questions, please email email@example.com
Browse our up-to-date collection
- fiction for all ages
- non-fiction including subjects such as faith, christian life and practice
- parenting, biography, and church history
- magazines, videos, DVD's
- audio and music CD
- List of New Titles Since July 2020
- Guidelines for Donating Items
- Volunteer Opportunities
Crusade of Tears Vol. One a novel by C.D. Baker
Another historical novel takes the reader back to a bleak time - “It’s the year 1212 – Jerusalem is occupied by Islam. Thousands of Christian knights in armour have failed to liberate the Holy City. Who else will the Church send to fight for the faith? More knights? Peasant labourers? Or….their children.” Here is a tale of unbelievable events chronicling the sacrifice made by hundreds of thousands of children as they trekked across a continent on a misguided mission. One has to ask if we in this day and age could withstand such a perilous journey with faith so strong.
Quest of Hope Vol. Two a partner with Vol. One above by C.D. Baker
This is the remarkable story of Heinrich, father to two of the young lads who unbeknownst to him have joined in the Crusade of Children. It details his life from birth, informing us of the tremendous efforts it must have taken to merely stay alive let alone thrive in this perilous time of history. Having read these novels, one cannot help but be in awe of the “redemptive suffering” these crusaders endured.
How it works:
• Library staff identifies book and media items
• Displays are arranged for you to browse the recommended items
• You choose an item to purchase and donate it to the library
• You are given first opportunity to sign out item
This is an approved, tax receiptable, library book donation plan.
Consider purchasing and donating a book to honour a person or an important event...bookplates are available for specific acknowledgement.
Birthday, Anniversary, Milestone, In Memory Of or Just Because!