NORTH STONINGTON'S LIBRARY SINCE 1908

Wheeler Library is the cultural center of our community and the place North Stonington residents  gather for the discovery of ideas & the joy of reading.  Materials, programs and services for everyone. 

Library Hours: Mon, Wed, and Fri....10am to 4pm.

Tues, Thurs.....Open by appointment 10am to 1pm.

Call us @ 860.535.0383

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Need some “work from home” time at the library? 
Would you like to bring the kids for a private storytime and a visit to the children’s room?
Prefer to visit the library on a quiet day?
 
  Appointment-only visits to the library are now available on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
We will continue to be open without appointments on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 10am to 4pm.
Please call or email wheelerlibrarystaff@gmail.com for more information or to book an appointment.

We have added some new ebooks and audiobooks to our Overdrive collection, for the exclusive use of North Stonington residents.
We have added new ebooks and audiobooks to the Wheeler Library collection. You will need your library card number to access these titles at the Overdrive website. Use your number as your PIN, too. Thousands of titles are available to you on Overdrive - these are exclusively for Wheeler Library cardholders.

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We have purchased all of the Harry Potter audiobooks, except the first one. That title, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone, has been provided at no cost during this crisis.
New Titles:

American Dirt (Cummins) - ebook

Ask Again, Yes (Keane) - ebook

Because of Winn-Dixie (DiCamillo) - audiobook (Kids and Family)

Becoming (Obama) - ebook

Blood of Elves - Witcher Saga, Book 1 (Sapkowski) - audiobook

Book of Longings (Kidd) - ebook

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (Dahl) - ebook (Kids and Family)

Dear Edward (Napolitano) - ebook

Dune (Herbert) - ebook

The Dutch House (Patchett) - ebook

Echo Mountain (Wolk) - ebook (Older Kids and Family)

The Giver of Stars (Moyes) - ebook

The Glass Ocean (Williams) - ebook

Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (Rowling) - audiobook (Kids and Family)

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows (Rowling) - audiobook

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (Rowling) - audiobook

Harry Potter and the Half-blood Prince (Rowling) - audiobook

Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (Rowling) - audiobook

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (Rowling) - audiobook

The Library Book (Orlean) - ebook

The List of Things that will not Change (Stead) - ebook (Older Kids and Family)

Magic Tree House Collection - books 1 - 8 (Osborne) - audiobook (Kids and Family)

Masked Prey (Sandford) - ebook

Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children (Riggs) - audiobook (Older Kids and Family)

Normal People (Rooney) - ebook

Olive Kitteredge (Strout) - ebook

The One and Only Bob (Applegate) - ebook pre-ordered (Kids and Family)

The Penderwicks (Birdsall) - audiobook (Kids and Family)

The Red Lotus (Bohjalian) - ebook

The Silent Patient (Michaelides) - ebook

The Splendid and the Vile (Larson) - ebook

The Story of Arthur Truluv (Berg) - ebook

Such a Fun Age (Reid) - ebook

The Testaments (Atwood) - ebook

Valentine (Wetmore) - ebook

Walk the Wire (Baldacci) - ebook

The war that saved my life (Brubaker) - audiobook (Older Kids and Family)

Washington Black (Edugyan) - both ebook and audiobook

The Water Dancer (Coates) - audiobook

Where the Crawdads Sing (Owens) - audiobook


Our previous digital purchases:

An American Marriage (Jones) - ebook

The Art of War (Tzu) - audiobook

Charlotte's Web (White) - audiobook (Kids and Family)

Circe (Miller) - both ebook and audiobook

Educated: a memoir (Westover) - ebook

The Lion, the witch and the wardrobe (Lewis) - audiobook (Kids and Family)

Maybe you should talk to someone (Gottlieb) - ebook

Miracle Creek (Kim) - ebook

The Tattooist of Auschwitz (Morris) - ebook

Where the Crawdads sing (Owens) - ebook

GIVE TO WHEELER LIBRARY

Wheeler Library is a private, independent public library. Funding comes from generous donations from the community, income generated from an endowment left by the Wheeler Family, bequests, the town of North Stonington and the Friends of Wheeler Library.  We depend in large part on the generosity of individuals and organizations for a large part of our budget. Thank you for your support!
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