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Yay! You’re Gay! Now What!: A Gay Boy’s Guide to Life by Riyadh Khalaf
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Yay! You’re Gay! Now What!: A Gay Boy’s Guide to Life by Riyadh Khalaf

“This book is part self-help, part memoir, part inspirational book for anyone who is coming to terms with what it means to be queer.”―Tirzah Price, BookRiot

Mary’s Monster: Love, Madness, and How Mary Shelley Created Frankenstein by Lita Judge
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Mary’s Monster: Love, Madness, and How Mary Shelley Created Frankenstein by Lita Judge

“[T]his is a stirring, impeccably researched portrait of a remarkable woman and her literary ‘progeny.’ Much like Mary, Judge forges a Creature all her own.” ―Booklist

Nature Play Workshop for Families: A Guide to 40+ Outdoor Learning Experiences in All Seasons by Monica Wiedel-Lubinski
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Nature Play Workshop for Families: A Guide to 40+ Outdoor Learning Experiences in All Seasons by Monica Wiedel-Lubinski

“Nature Play Workshop for Families reveals the benefits of nature connection for young children and describes how caring adults can nurture it through outdoor play in all seasons”- Baker & Taylor

The Hidden Kingdom by Tui Sutherland
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The Hidden Kingdom by Tui Sutherland

“The five dragonets of the prophecy are hoping to hide in safety in the RainWing kingdom, and Glory is hoping to learn more about her own identity, but when tribe members start disappearing and the old queen does nothing, it is up to Glory and her friendsto uncover the lurking evil.” – Baker & Taylor

Darkness of Dragons by Tui Sutherland
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Darkness of Dragons by Tui Sutherland

“When a young NightWing has the first prophecy in generations of the end of Pyrrhia, five young dragons are tasked with saving the world.” – Baker and Taylor

The Secret to Superhuman Strength by Alison Bechdel
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The Secret to Superhuman Strength by Alison Bechdel

“[Bechdel] set out to write a light book about her lifelong commitment to exercise, including stints as a cyclist, climber, skier and yogi. As usual, her story and art are about so much more — the realities of aging, the quest for transcendence and the drumbeat of mortality.”—Washington Post

The Darkest Evening by Ann Cleeves
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The Darkest Evening by Ann Cleeves

“Superb . . . This fair-play mystery brims with fully developed suspects and motives that are hidden in plain sight. Skillful misdirection masks the killer’s identity. This page-turner is must reading for fans as well as newcomers.”―Publishers Weekly (starred)

Pie is for Everyone: Recipes and Stories from Petee’s Pie
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Pie is for Everyone: Recipes and Stories from Petee’s Pie

“Petra’s cookbook is the technicolor culmination of six years of professional pie-making and a lifetime of informal family research. With more than 80 different kinds of pie, from classic pumpkins and rhubarbs to wild cards like tahini chess pie, to savory mincemeat and quiches, Pie for Everyone really does have a little something for all of…

A Desolation Called Peace by Arkady Martine
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A Desolation Called Peace by Arkady Martine

“Martine weaves a dramatic and suspenseful story of political intrigue and alien first contact . . . each character is rendered in exquisite detail.”―Booklist, starred review

Easy Wood Carving for Children: Fun Whittling Projects for Adventurous Kids by Frank Egholm
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Easy Wood Carving for Children: Fun Whittling Projects for Adventurous Kids by Frank Egholm

“Wood carving is the perfect outdoor hobby for adventurous children. Teach them how to make toys, games and even jewelry with more than fifty fun whittling and wood carving projects, each fully-illlustrated with easy-to-follow instructions.” – Annotation


Library Catalogs & Subscriptions

Greensboro Free Library Catalog

Search our online catalog to see what books we have at the library, to place a book on hold, or to view new arrivals to our collection.

If you don’t find what you’re looking for, call the library (802-533-2531) or complete the online form below.

Vermont Libraries Catalog (Clover)

Search the entire catalog of Vermont’s public libraries Clover website. This is a terrific resource if you would like to locate a book at a nearby library or if you would like to request a book through Interlibrary Loan.

To request a specific book or resource, call the library (802-533-2531) or complete the online form below under Renew & Reserve Interlibrary Loan.

Audio & Digital Books

Using the Vermont Department of Libraries collection at the Libby App you can download audio music, books and ebooks to a computer, CD, iPod, iPad, Kindle or MP3 player anywhere in the world where you have internet access. The program includes over 9,000 fiction and non-fiction titles for adults, children and young adults. New titles are added each month. Go to Audio and Digital Books to learn how to register.

Kanopy Films

With the Kanopy Films home page you can view almost 30,000 alternative, independent, critically acclaimed and educational films. There are over 6,000 films in the Great Courses series here and Kanopy Kids offers educational films for children 2-6. Go to Kanopy Films to learn how to register.

Online Continuing Education Classes

Universal Class provides over 500 online continuing education classes.

Please e-mail the library at [email protected] to get your patron number, go to Universal Class and enter your library card number to set up a new account.

Vermont Online Library

The Vermont Online Library (VOL) offers a wide array of electronic information databases on a variety of topics geared to a variety of age levels, for both generalists and specialists. The information is produced by known and trusted publishers and licensed by the State of Vermont from the Gale Group. It includes magazines, journals and newspapers. These resources are available to you 24-hours-a-day from not only your participating local library, but your home, your office – or anywhere Internet access is available.

Please e-mail the library at [email protected] to get your patron number, go to Vermont Online Library and enter your library bar code number to set up a new account.


Renew, Reserve & Interlibrary Loan

To renew or reserve an item at the library, or to request an item from Interlibrary Loan, call the library, stop in or fill out the forms below.

Please note: “best-sellers” which have a two-week checkout are non-renewable.

Regular books, audiotapes, videos and magazines may be renewed twice except when the material is “on reserve” for another patron.

Reserve is for a two-week period from the time we process this form.

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