Paul Memorial Library offers a variety of online resources and virtual programming to our patrons.
Check out our e-library below for access to digital subscriptions and updates on current and past virtual programming.
Be sure to follow our website and social pages for continual updates on our offerings.
Digital Resources available with your Paul Memorial Library card.
|OverDrive — New Hampshire|
Download eBooks and audiobooks free with a valid library card. For tips and advice check out the NH Downloadable Books blog at http://nhdbooks.blogspot.com.
[Library Card Login Needed]
Want 30,000 free ebooks? Download to your own device using PDFs, HTML, epub, Mobipocket and more. Enjoy!
Public domain recordings of public domain literature. Plays anywhere!
Need Magazine Articles? Check out EBSCOhost!
[Library Card Needed: Login through our Catalog; the link to EBSCO is listed under Electronic Resources on the main page. Must be logged in.]
Find a good book to read! NoveList allows you to search for your favorite titles and authors in order to locate similar works of fiction. Novelist also allows you to search by keyword for subjects you’re interested in reading about. The database then provides a comprehensive list of titles, series information, reviews, and book discussion guides.
[Library Card Needed: Login through our Catalog; the link to NoveList is listed under Electronic Resources on the main page. Must be logged in.]
TumbleBookLibrary is an online collection of animated, talking picture books which teach young children the joys of reading. Check out our blog post for more info.
|Ancestry.com Library Edition|
Explore family history research resources.
[Library Card Needed. Login through our Catalog; the link to Ancestry is listed under Electronic Resources on the main page. Must be logged in.]
We are currently planning virtual programming and activities for adults, children, and families to enjoy at home, including story time videos and crafts.
Check our website and social channels for updates. You can see some of the programs and resources we’ve already made available below:
PML YouTube Channel
Follow our YouTube Channel for videos of Story Times, book talks, poetry readings, and more!
Find-A-Book Challenge for adult readers.