Latest News & Updates
THANK YOU LITTLETON VOTERS FOR PASSING WARRANT ARTICLE 30. BEGINNING APRIL 21, THE LIBRARY WILL BE OPEN THURSDAYS FROM 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Littleton Public Library offers Story Time programs for three age groups from birth to age five. Check the Children’s Page for Spring Story Time schedules and program descriptions.
April 10 – 16 NATIONAL LIBRARY WEEK Libraries have been celebrating National Library Week since 1958. Here at Littleton Public Library we will be celebrating the reopening of the basement level of the library which was closed for repairs. On Tuesday, April 12, the public will again have access to the entire adult non-fiction collection and study areas.
April 18 – 24 SCREEN-FREE WEEK Screen-free Week is a national initiative to encourage families to take a break from electronics, and spend time playing, creating, and trying something new! Check the Children’s Page for the programs and activities offered at the library this week. Library members may also want to borrow the library’s telescope or free admission passes to the Vermont Institute of Natural Science during this school vacation week.
BOOK SALE DONATIONS: Due to space constraints, please pre-arrange donations with the library director. Please call Jeanne Dickerman at 444-5741 to make arrangements. Thank you for your cooperation.
Take a look at Littleton Public Library’s online public access catalog. Click here for more information.
- Search our complete book catalog – online!
- Read the first chapter!
- Reserve books.
- Create a Watch List.
Downloadable Audiobooks and eBooks Click here for more information.
- The Library has a new book/media return box.
- You may now return movies in the “Media” slot of the new return box at the back entrance of the library
- A $1.50 fine will be applied if movies are returned in the “Book” slot.
- Items will be checked in on the day you return them if you put them in the return box at least 30 minutes before the library closes.
Ancestry.com and Heritage Quest are available at Littleton Public Library! The library has a subscription to the library edition of Ancestry.com. This version has more search options than the home version. A new dedicated computer has been set up in the Kinne Genealogy Room.
Borrow a telescope through the NH ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY Library Telescope Program. See ADULT page for more information.