The Pinyin system has replaced the Wade-Giles system as the standard in the U.S. libraries for creating Latin script readings for Chinese characters. Thus, library users must search in Pinyin or Chinese characters to find Chinese-language materials, regardless of publishing locations.
For people who are more familiar with Wade-Giles than Pinyin, the Wade-Giles to Pinyin Conversion Table may be helpful.
There are some exceptions to this general rule. You may check Chinese Rules of Application for more information.
Search for E-Books Using the Library Catalog.
Find Ebooks available through Library sources.
See also the Library's guide How do I find e-books?