How we can help during COVID-19 isolation

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The library building is temporarily closed due to COVID-19, but the library staff is working remotely. Read on to find out how we can help you during self-isolation.

Need a library card?

You can sign up for temporary library cards online and start using our downloadable books, streaming video and music, and online classes immediately. The expiration for temporary cards has been extended from 30 to 90 days.

Keep reading

Some of the library’s budget for print books has been diverted to purchase more digital materials and help shorten the hold lists for them. We have some new downloadable collections available.

On Facebook we’re posting new reading recommendations from staff and local celebrities; almost all are available for downloading with your library card.

Keep the kids reading

Nashua police officers and firefighters have created a number of online storytimes for kids. They’re posted on YouTube.

We’ve got plenty of digital books available for kids and teens on our website. Go to our e-media page and scroll down to find TumbleBooks, TumbleMath, and Teen Book Cloud.

For parents who’ve morphed into teachersmother and daughter working on computer

Do you have school-age children? Check out our new Remote Instruction Support Page for help with online education.

Learn something new

We recently went live with creativebug, free online instructional art and craft videos for library cardholders. Find out what other online learning is available to you with your library card.

Contact us

chat bubbleThe fastest ways to contact us are through the chat bubble on our home page (weekdays 8 am-6 pm, Saturdays 10 am-2 pm), Facebook Messenger, or email. You can also leave voicemail at 603-589-4600, but give us a day or so to return your call.

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