Current Library Use and Resources
We’re still working to make this difficult time a bit easier for our patrons.
The library is currently open by appointment only. 
Our operating hours are now: Tuesday & Wednesday: 10:00-6:00; Thursday & Friday: 10:00-4:00, and Saturday 10:00-2:00.
Curb-side pick up is available during our operating hours. Download/View Curbside Pick Up instructional PDF.  Please use the book return bin for returning your checked out items.
Please reach out to us with your homeschooling needs!

We have many books, periodicals, resources, and databases to help new homeschooling families and and even experienced homeschool families. Call or email the library to find out more!

Upcoming Events for Children and Teens

Tuesdays 2:30pm – Homework Help with Wendy

Is your child struggling with hybrid learning? Need a space and a helping hand to get through homework and remote lessons? Join us for Homework Help with Miss Wendy, retired educator. Space is limited and pre-registration is required.

Wednesday, October 21st at 10am – Pumpkin Painting Party for Toddlers and Preschoolers

Spots are limited and pre-registration is required, please call 444-5741 or email to sign up.
We will have a short storytime and musical activity, followed by pumpkin painting. All supplies are provided.
Social distancing measures will be followed…please wear a mask 🙂

Wednesday, October 21st at 2pm – Great Stone Face Zoom Book Group

Adventure awaits in our Great Stone Face Zoom Book Group! Sign up today to read and discuss the Great Stone Face nominee “Talent for Trouble”, best for children in grades 4-6. Books available at the library.

Thursday, October 22nd at 3pmCome Paint Creepy Creatures (for ages 12-16)

Call the library to reserve your spot to paint an awesomely creepy hubbard squash. Event will take place on the library lawn. All supplies are provided. Social distancing measures will be followed. Please wear a mask.

Storytime Videos

Story Times

Fall Storytimes will be held via Zoom on Wednesdays at 10:00 from September 16-October 21. Join us virtually for songs, dances, rhymes, and stories. Call or email the library to get the link to join in the fun.

Please email Miss Angie at or send a Facebook Message to Littleton Public Library to sign up.

Plus, we are posting Storytime videos here, so you can still join in at home!

Little Readers Theater videos will be posted on Tuesdays from September 15th – October 20th, on the library’s Facebook page [and also posted here]. Take home activity kits to accompany the videos will be available for in-library or curbside pickup every Tuesday.

Storytime-To-Go kits are available for in-library or curbside pickup anytime! These kits are designed for toddlers and preschoolers and include books, activities, and crafts based around different subjects. We are currently circulating kits about dogs, cats, dinosaurs, trains, birds, princesses, butterflies, and architects.

This week’s Little Readers Theater video is, How Rabbit Stole The Moon, based on the book by Louise Moeri, presented by Miss Wendy.

Earlier videos can be viewed on our Little Readers Theater Playlist on our YouTube channel.

You can also view our Storytime Playlist and our Imagine Your Story Playlist for our earlier storytime videos.


Are You Interested in Joining US?

If you would like to join us please callthe library at 444-5741 or email us at
Additional Free Digital Services

For assistance using our digital services, email

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.

Hoopla is now availablefor our patrons!  To sign up for hoopla, you will need a valid 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

Audible Discovery: Free Streaming – Audio Books for kids of all ages: While schools are closed, Audible is making some streaming audiobooks (classics, children’s, teen) available to stream for free!

Storyline Online

The SAG-AFTRA Foundation’s award-winning children’s literacy website, Storyline Online, streams imaginatively produced videos featuring celebrated actors including Oprah Winfrey, Rami Malek, Viola Davis, Chris Pine, Kristen Bell, Michelle Yeoh, David Harbour, Lily Tomlin, Kevin Costner, Annette Bening, James Earl Jones, and Betty White reading children’s books alongside creatively produced illustrations, helping to inspire a love of reading in children. Storyline Online receives over 10 million views every month in 228 countries and territories.

Storyline Online is available 24 hours a day for children, parents, and educators worldwide. For each book, supplemental curriculum developed by a credentialed elementary school educator is provided, aiming to strengthen comprehension and verbal and written skills for English-language learners worldwide. Visit Storyline Online at

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

  • Miss Humblebee’s Academy is an interactive kindergarten-readiness program that introduces children ages three to six to key concepts in math, science, social studies, language and literacy, art, and music. It’s as challenging as it is fun!
  • Kids InfoBits introduces elementary school students to database searching with easy-to-use resources featuring age-appropriate, reliable, curriculum-related content covering a broad range of educational topics.
  • Gale In Context: Middle School combines reference content with age-appropriate videos, newspapers, magazines, primary sources, and more for students in middle grades.
  • Gale In Context: High School provides grades 9–12 with content aligned to national and state curriculum standards to help with papers, projects, and presentations, while empowering student development of critical thinking and information literacy skills.
  • Gale In Context: College offers interdisciplinary content for undergraduate students that reinforces skill development in problem-solving, communication, collaboration, creativity, and innovation.
  • Gale In Context: Canada is an engaging online experience for those seeking contextual information on a broad range of Canadian topics, people, places, and events.
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