Kids age 6+ can get their own special Wonder Woman library card!
Click the box to sign up today!
January 11 - March 1
Winter Reading Challenge
Pick up a Winter Reading Challenge during pickup, or download your sheet
Turn in sheets by Monday, March 1st to win prizes
Download Teens' sheet
Download Kids' sheet
Take Home Craft Kits for Kids
Each week, we offer a new craft kit to do at home! Let us know to add kits to your book order.
NH 1,000 Books Before
follows a nationwide early literacy initiative that encourages
read to their young children and to use the resources available to them
their public libraries. It is a fun, exciting, and
free way to start your child on the
path to reading!
For children age birth to 5
Why not start now, while you're
To Sign Up: email
email@example.com with your name and library card number,
your child's name and child's age.
Then download a coloring log and start reading!
Already signed up? Awesome! Keep reading!
Click on the Owl to download
information on the program and how it works
How to help your child get
ready to read
Coloring Page to keep track of
Online Offerings for Kids!
Want more eBooks? Overdrive (nh.overdrive.com)
has Always Available Children's ebooks too! Click here:
Fun Children's Science Videos!
Projects to try at home!
PROGRAMS - Currently on hiatus
Preschool Story Time
and crafts for children ages 2-5 and their caregivers.
after for Open Play: social play for kids, socializing for adults
varied program for kids grades 3 and up. Homework help is available
3/18 Tinker Toys
3/25 Board Games & Snacks
after school program for kids grades K-6. Join us to relax, imagine, and create!
3/5 Stained glass art
3/12 St. Patrick’s Day craft
3/19 Spring Art
Click for the 2019 nominees!
by the Center for the Book at the New Hampshire State Library, the
Ladybug Picture Book Award was established in 2003 to promote early
literacy and honor the best in recent children's picture books.
NH children from preschool through 3rd grade are invited to vote for
their favorite in November of each year.
Stone Face Award
complete 2019-2020 list
The Great Stone Face Book Award
is sponsored by the Children's Librarians of New Hampshire (CLNH)
and is given each year to an author whose book receives the most votes
from 4th through 6th graders throughout the state. Each year a
committee chooses 25 recently published titles, which children then use
as a guide for voting. The vote takes place every April during National
Library Week, and the winner is announced in May. The purpose of the
award is to promote reading enjoyment, to increase awareness of
contemporary writing, and to allow children to honor their favorite
Click for past winners and current
Isinglass is a
book award contest for kids in 7th and 8th grade. Middle school kids
nominate fiction and nonfiction works, and a committee chooses 20 of
the suggested books. Voting for the favorite book on the list takes
place in the spring. Like the Great Stone Face Award, the Isinglass
Award winner is announced in May.
Click for past winners and current
Flume: NH Teen Reader's Choice Award was created in 2005 in response to
a New Hampshire teens' request to have a book award geared towards high
school students. This award is a state-wide venture led by a
collaborative effort from school and public librarians. Each year teens
nominate titles, published within the last two years, they think
deserve to be recognized. Librarians then narrow the group of titles to
a list of 13. Teens then vote for the winning title from the list of