Resources from the NH State Library
The New Hampshire State Library System offers a wide variety of resources for all ages.
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EBSCO: EBSCO Information Services is a leading provider of research databases, e-journals, magazine subscriptions, e-books, and discovery services to libraries all over the world. Using EBSCO, you can do everything from finding information for a homework assignment to reading the latest article in your favorite magazine!
Novelist: Love to read? Check out NoveList to see book reviews, get read-alike suggestions, and learn more about fiction.
Consumer Reports: Browse full text PDF copies of Consumer Reports by date!
Ask a Librarian: Ask questions about genealogy, New Hampshire history, and more!
Talking Books: A service for those who are unable to read or physically handle print materials
Overdrive: Download audio and e-books
Explora for Public Libraries: Explora for adults provides access to complete articles from thousands of magazines and professional journals. Searching is easy — just enter your topic and get articles to read.
Explora for Kids (Elementary): Explora for elementary-aged students provides grade-appropriate articles, dictionary and encyclopedia entries, photos, and videos for the young student.
Explora for Students (Middle and High School): Explora for middle and high school students provides a greater range of materials — from basic to more advanced — to suit a variety of academic needs.
NHSL Genealogy Resources: The New Hampshire State Library houses approximately 2400 titles of published family histories for New Hampshire and New England.
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Our number is 603-516-BOOK (2665).