Services for People With Special Needs
Books by Mail
The library has an extensive collection of large-print books, both fiction and nonfiction, located to the far left of the entrance.
The library has an extensive collection of audiobooks on CD and cassette, housed downstairs in the Music/Art/Media Department.. From the library's Web site, cardholders can also download audiobooks to their computers and certain MP3 players.
An elevator is available to all public areas of the library.
The library has ADA-compliant, automatic-opening front doors.
Customers can use our magnifying machine, located in the Reference Department, to enlarge the print in reading materials.
A handicapped-accessible workstation is available downstairs in the Winer Room. Software on this computer can enlarge text on the screen and read Web pages aloud.
Shopping carts are available inside the main entrance for use when browsing materials.
Talking Book Program
The New Hampshire State Library lends a variety of books and magazines, recorded by professional actors. They lend equipment to play these books and magazines and also offer special videos. More information is available on the State Library Web site.