Due to current safety concerns, we will not be accepting donations of any materials until further notice. We appreciate you thinking of us for donating your materials, but at this time we do not have the ability to efficiently and safely process donations. Please do not leave donations at the library door or in the book drop.
Online Local History
While you may not be able to come in to the library for now, did you know that you can access tons of great online and digital resources with your library card? From e-books and e-audio to magazines, genealogy, local history, and more, you can use your library card to find plenty to keep you busy!
For e-books, e-audiobooks, and magazines, visit nh.overdrive.com. Overdrive can work on your tablet or phone with the Libby app, which is free to download. You'll find a great Libby tutorial by clicking this link: Libby Tutorial; you can find more Libby help here.
Find local history resources here: NH and Local History.
Interested in researching family history? Heritage Quest has provided access to their database during this time. You can visit them at heritagequestonline.com. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to request log-in information. *And now* you can also access Ancestry.com from home as well! Find instructions on how to log in here (scroll down).
As always, if you have any questions, need help troubleshooting, or would like some suggestions on where to start, send us an email at email@example.com and we will try to get back to you as soon as we can! You will need your library card to access many of these services. If you don't have your card, email us with your full name and we will get that information to you.
Sebco Books offering free eBooks
Sebco Books is offering access to their eBooks for free! They have fiction and nonfiction titles to enjoy. If you would like to take advantage of this offer, simply visit:
Login using the following credentials:
User Name: keepreading | Password: sebco
You can enter the number 1 where it asks for your library card number.
Once you have entered this information, you will find lots of eBooks to enjoy.
Touch-Free Curbside Pick-Up
Updated hours: Beginning on Monday, July 6, we will be expanding our curbside service hours. Touch-free curbside pick-up will be available Monday-Friday with extended hours. You will be able to pick up your items between 10:00 AM and 4:00 PM on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, or from 2:00 PM to 5:30 PM on Thursdays.
Request materials and we will assemble your order (10 items per card), call you when it is ready, and place your bagged items outside the front door for you to pick up. Your last name will be on the bag.
You can make a request by calling us at 536-2616, emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, or placing a hold through your online account.
The library building remains closed to the public for now. If you have any questions please call us from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM M-F or email us at email@example.com. Visit peasepubliclibrary.org for regularly updated information on library services and more.
How to Place Holds Tutorial
Hello, Pease Public Library Community!
I’m sure that many of you have seen Governor Sununu’s recent statement that changes the Stay at Home order to a Stay at Home Advisory beginning on Monday, June 15th. The good news is that this gives libraries the ability to open again when we are able to do so safely. We are so thrilled that we were able to restart our curbside services this past week. We are so happy to see our patrons (if from a little distance) and to get books and movies back in your hands!
The Library Trustees, Plymouth Town Health Officials and I will be using the new state guidance documents to plan how to safely and effectively provide the other services you have enjoyed at the library before this pandemic came along. Some of the services may have to be offered in a new way. We are looking at online programming, solutions about how to plan for meeting room use, technology assistance and most importantly how we will keep this beautiful space a healthy one for the people using it.
We appreciate the support of our community throughout this trying time. We’ll keep you updated about our progress and let you know when we can open our doors again.
Diane Lynch, Pease Public Library Director
New Online Resource - World Book Online
Now you can access reliable, unbiased information through World Book Online from home. World Book Online is a comprehensive suite of e-learning resources designed for all ages and abilities with articles, videos, educator tools, eBooks, research guides and more. World Book Online offers reliable information about a wide range of topics. Check out the different offerings by clicking here or on the image above.