It looks like autumn is coming to a close and you-know-what is just around the corner. Console yourself with some of the new, highly anticipated and award winning books that we have just received! Titles include “After You” by Jojo Moyes, “Fates and Furies” by
In the last ten years, graphic novels have become hugely popular with adults. The sophisticated content is a far cry cry from the Marvel comic story lines of the past. If you enjoy narrative story telling and would like to read something compelling that is also appealing to the eye,
Thursday, October 22 (4 – 5 p.m.) Visit the library to learn more about green energy options and to take a look at our new wood pellet furnace. Representatives from the Ammonusuc Regional Energy Team, Cutting Edge Energy Systems and the NH Wood Energy Council will be present to
Don’t miss the fall book sale on October 10 from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. Hardcover books are $1 and paperbacks are $.25. Or, jam as many books as you can into a paper bag for $5.00! Something for everyone: Romance, mysteries, science, nature, biographies . . .
Yes! We have Google Chrome Books that can be used to surf the internet. We also have a computer station for word processing and a printer/copy machine. Computers are free to use and are available on a first come first served basis. Copies are $.10 for b+w and $.50 for color. For more information, please refer to the Computers and Internet Use (on the Rules & Policies page).
Do I have to be a resident to get a library card?
No! But non-residents do have to pay a fee of $12.50 for a six-month library card or $25 for one-year library card.
How do I get a library card?
A library card is easy to obtain. Simply show the librarian your driver’s license or a utility bill that reflects your status as a resident of the Town of Franconia. Non-residents must present a driver’s license or passport. Children under 16 years of age will be issued a library card after a parent or guardian signs a registration card accepting responsibility. For more information, please refer to Rules & Policies.
What in the world would we do without our libraries?
It was good to walk into a library again; it smelled like home.
I have always imagined that Paradise will be a kind of library.
Jorge Luis Borges
The very existence of libraries affords the best evidence that we may yet have hope for the future of man