Library Databases

Tumblebooks Resource Available until 8/31/20

TumbleBooks, a world leader in online books, has announced it will make its family of online libraries available for free to all libraries until at least August 31. Its flagship product, TumbleBooklibrary is a collection of animated talking picture books, read-alongs, books, quizzes, lesson plans, and educational games. Books for adults are also available! TumbleBooks are easy to use, and feature unlimited access from home! You can read as many books as you want, when you want, and on any device. There are no check-outs, holds, or downloads. Books are available instantly.  Click on the links below to get started. Let us know if have any questions!

K-6 Children's eBook Database:

Tumble Books K-6

K-6 Math eBook Database:

K-6 math database

7-12 eBook Database:

7-12 eBooks

Audio Book Cloud Collection - selections for all ages:

Audio Books

Romance Book Cloud - for adults:

Romance Books


General Information

The library has 3 databases available for your use to research topics, find books, and one of them provides anywhere online access to newspapers and magazines. If you need assistance with their use, just call (603) 692-4587 or stop by for a brief demonstration.

New Hampshire Union Public Access Catalog

The online catalog contains the holdings of many of the public and high school libraries in the state. You may use it to search if we own a book that you want, or to see if it is available at another library. The library can borrow books and DVDs from other libraries for you through interlibrary loan service and can usually get them delivered within 1-2 weeks. Interlibrary loan requests may be made in person at the library, over the phone, or via email. No password is required for searching. Click here to visit the website.

The following databases require your library card number to login.

EBSCOHost Research Databases

The New Hampshire State Library provides the basic service to the library for several databases, including Premier Masterfile. Premier indexes and abstracts over 4000 periodicals, newspapers and magazines; 1500 of these periodicals are in full text – you can read them on the computer. Included are special research tools for children and teens. Click here to visit website.

NoveList helps to answer the question “What should I read next?” Use it to find new fiction books based on books you’ve already read or on topics in which you’re interested. If you are new to NoveList you may want to take advantage of “Step-by-Step NoveList Training”, which can be accessed from a link on the left side of the main page. It is located at the same site as EBSCOHost, or can be accessed directly here.