Did you know?
 
"Bookletters" is great for email
newsletters, especially for the weekly newsletter entitled “Books on the Air” which lists the books featured on television and radio for the week. Sign-Up—it is free!
Applying for a Job Online
is a one-hour class offered by the library each month
Homebound Delivery for the Elderly
Special Services librarians visit nursing homes and elderly housing facilities and provide book talks. The library delivers books to the homebound, has an extensive large print collection, and offers equipment for the visually and hearing impaired.
How books get into our collection
Watch our slideshow on flickr, A Book’s Journey at the Newton Free Library
Join Friends of the Newton Free Library
http://www.newtonfreelibrary.net/?sec=friends&doc=volunteer
Merriam Webster's Dictionary online
has links with color maps of 200 countries and all 50 states
Our book review blog, Newton Reads,
has over 150 book reviews. We'd love to add yours!

The library has its own TV show
The Library show is on NewTV's Red Channel. It is called Books and Beyond and airs daily at 5 p.m.
The library offers computer classes
each month including Basic PC Knowledge and Skills and Learning to Search the Internet.
We had 660 volunteers
working over10,000 hours at the library in FY12. Join us!
We offer streaming music
Try our music databases "Music Online" and "Naxos Music Library," to listen to classical, jazz, blues, folk, world music and more.
Who lived in your house decades ago
This information is available at Ancestry Library Edition, an online database available in the library
With the "Books for You" service
you can request a personalized book list made up of titles recommended by library staff? Fill out the online questionnaire and receive your list within 2 weeks.
You can download an Audiobook or eBook
from the library's website via OverDrive to a variety of platforms
You can receive a free weekly reminder
of library programs by signing up on the programs page of this website. The weekly email will keep you abreast of the many free concerts, author talks, lectures and other library events that are held throughout the year.
You can Text a Librarian
Now you can ask questions and get information on your mobile phone. Text NewLib to 66746 for instructions. Message and data rates may apply.