During the Stay-At-Home Period:

Beginning Friday, March 27th, during the Stay-At-Home period, Littleton Public Library will be all digital.
For assistance using our digital services, email info@littletonpubliclibrary.org

We will not be accepting returns of materials at this time.
Have a book out that’s due or overdue? Don’t worry about it!  Please hang on to it until our closure is over. We will try to renew everyone’s account, but if you get a notice, do not worry.
Remember– we do not have overdue fines.

Stay safe, everyone.

Resources while the library is closed to the public:

Hoopla is now available for our patrons!  To sign up for hoopla, you will need a valid Littleton Public Library card.

Your library card number (on the back of your card) is needed for registration. During registration, hoopla will ask you to enter an email address. This will be your username to log into our service. At this time, you are able to set a password for your account as well.

Littleton Public Library provides you 4 instant borrows each month. These digital borrows will reset every month and you can borrow more than one title at a time. Books are available for 21 days, videos are available for 72 hours, and music titles are available for 7 days after you borrow.

Sign up for hoopla at https://www.hoopladigital.com/

Our latest Hoopla video from Wendy and the library turtle puppet with some  book recommendations:

  • Breakfast with Buddha by Roland Merullo [audio-book and e-book]
  • The Boston Girl by Anita Diamont [audio-book read by actress Linda Lavin]
  • Ten Big Ones by Janet Evanovich [audio-book read by Lorelei King]
  • Jimmy Bluefeather by Kim Heacox [e-book]
  • The Rent Collector by Camron Wright [e-book]

Here is a video of Wendy with some library puppets on finding mystery books and audio books on Hoopla while the library is closed.

FREE digital downloads of audiobooks, eBooks, and the current issue of many popular magazines are now available to Littleton Public Library Members thanks to Friends of Littleton Public Library who are sponsoring the library’s participation in the New Hampshire Downloadable Audiobooks & eBooks Consortium.

Click here for more information about the service, and how to get your access code.

Gale is currently providing open access to the following interdisciplinary, curriculum-aligned resources that support online learning from pre-K through undergraduate:

Access Gale Resources Now  If prompted to enter a password, use the password open.

Access Databases from home:

If you have a valid Littleton Public Library Card you can now sign into HeritageQuest Online and EBSCO Host from home. 

Just call us at 444-5741 (Tues-Fri 9:30 to 4:00; Sat 10:00 to 2:00) and we will provide your login credentials.

Adult Programs and Events

Painting with Christine

While we are closed, Ms. Christine has been making instructional videos of some fun beginner art painting that you can do at home:

May 23th: Bubble wrap reverse dip.

May 16th: Lets see how paint moves when you blow on it!

May 2nd: Birch Trees in Acrylic

April 25th: Acrylic Paint Pouring

April 18th: Dandelion Wish Painting

April 10th: String painting

Adult Crafternoon

Next craft and time will be posted here when we are open to the public again.

While we are closed, we have posted a couple of crafts/projects for you to do at home.

Spring Crafternoon at Home [Every Day is Earth Day Idea] Repurpose an old t-shirt into a no-sew pillow cover or pillow. Clink on the following link for the step-by-step instructions: Spring Crafternoon Instructions

If you have any questions or would like to share photos of your projects, email Wendy at: LittLibCirc@gmail.com

Book Stack Poem: Here’s a video we made, showing a way to be creative, using books you have at home.  The photo shows the result of the finished poem, and how the book titles were stacked to create a poem. 


Book Discussion Group

Meets the last Wednesday of the month at 11am.  Will start again when we are open to the public.

Special Events:

For those that were unable to attend the event, check out the video of our Tribute to Ellen Morrow.