Social Distancing

RBdigital is offering free access to their eBook and eAudiobook collection. No library card needed! All you need to do is go to the website here, register for an account using the access code: ctstatelib20 and enjoy!

TumbleBook databases are easy to use, and feature unlimited access from home! Your patrons can read as many books as they want, when they want, and on any device. There are no check-outs, holds, or bulky downloads. Books are available instantly. Databases include:

Suggestions from Ms. Deirdre
If your child has been to an Early Childhood Music and Movement program at the Library, or even if your little one just likes to sing and dance, click here try some of these ways to share music with your family.

MUO is a site that has some great tips and guides on how to make he most of the internet, computer software, and mobile apps. Here are some that we particularly recommend:

Connecticut State Library knows how lack of library access has been affecting patrons, particularly those with families. Kimberlee Powe, CT State Library's Children and YA Consultant, provided us with a collection of free resources that have been offered and that she's compiled as well as a calendar of some online events available. Check out the page here.

Enfield Public Library has also shared their list of Educational & Cultural Resources to do from home, including virtual tours of some museums and other visual learning resources.

Great Decisions Discussion Group
Sadly, we ended the series with a few meetings to go but that doesn't mean you can't enjoy the videos. Foreign Policy Association has provided a digital edition release so that you can watch the videos of this year's topics from home: