New Hampshire Downloadable Books and Magazines

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Welcome to the New Hampshire Downloadable Books site! The NH Downloadable Books Consortium is a service of more than 200 public libraries and the New Hampshire State Library and was established to help New Hampshire public libraries provide digital materials to their patrons. The digital collection is comprised of fiction and nonfiction eBooks and audiobooks, which aims to mirror the popular physical collections found in NH public libraries. Digital materials are selected with consideration of patron demand, popularity, availability, and cost of the materials.
The current collection includes:
More than 7000 audiobooks
More than 9000 eBook titles

Digital Magazines Have Arrived!
The New Hampshire Downloadable Books Consortium is happy to announce that patrons can borrow digital magazines — officially Nook Periodicals – on their tablets and smartphones or read them on a Windows 8 computer.

To use this site you will need your 14 digit library number. On the blog page (found in the middle of the downloadable books page) you may read through the instructions for information about compatible devices and what you need to know to set up your device. It only has to be set up once and then you are ready to download books or magazines. Click on the widget below to get started.

These services are free for library patrons. For more information call or email the library (oliviarodham@gmail.com).

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The Monadnock Folklore Society presents JEFF WARNER

The Frost King and the Gilmore Family Nubanusit Legacy

Nelson Library Movie Night, Oct 18th, Wednesday at 6pm

Adventures in Geneology

Songs of the Old North

Bench Dedication

The Geological and Cultural History of Mount Monadnock

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DMV notice

Farmers Market

Nelson Town Hall Concert

Ice Cream Social and Band Concert

Nelson Town Hall : Masters of Scottish Song

Night Tree

Colonial-Inspired Kitchen Door Garden

July Paddle with the Trail Committee

R.P. Hale

Nelson’s 250th

Celebrate Nelson’s 250th

A Brief History of the Ukulele with Stuart Fuchs at the Nelson Library

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