Special Book Discussion Events Food For Fines Hug A Book Week International Literacy Day

Special Book Discussion Events

Join us in September for several special book discussions.  Click more for information.

Food For Fines

Do you have overdue library books?  In September, patrons can pay down their fines by donating canned goods and non-perishable items.

Hug A Book Week

September 6 - September 14 is National Hug A Book Week!  Hug a book, take a picture and post it to our library Facebook page!

International Literacy Day

September 8, 2014 is International Literacy Day. Visit the library and encourage your child's love of reading.

Food For Fines

Do you have overdue library books?
The Public Library of New London is proud to announce the “Food for Fines Program”.
All donations go to Gemma E. Moran United Way/Labor Food Center of New London.  Click here for more info.

 

Non-Profit Resource Center Programs

The Public Library of New London, in partnership with the Foundation Center, is pleased to be able to offer a Non Profit Resource Center to the hundreds of non profits in the area. Click here for more information.

 

Did You Know…?

…the library has a Parenting Collection in the Children’s Room.  There are books like How to talk so kids will listen & Listen so kids will talk by Adele Faber and Elaine Mazlish; Co-parenting with a Toxic Ex by Amy JL Baker and 1-2-3 Magic Workbook by Thomas W. Phelan and Tracy M. Lewis.

Visit the Children’s Room to check it out!

 

 

Kindle Owners Can Now Get Free eBooks!

Love your Kindle?  Hate having to purchase all those e-books (just to find out that the book is just okay!)?  The Library is your answer.  We lend a wide variety of e-books.  It’s easy, and best of all it’s free.  Get started now

Museum Passes

New London residents may now reserve State Park & Museum Admission Passes one month in advance. Please call today to reserve!
Click here for a list of our passes.

E-News 2014

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Click here for the monthly Children’s Room newsletter and to view previous issue.