Available Online Resources

The library has a variety of online resources for our patrons to use. All images are linked to their prospective sites to ease the process of finding the websites. The specific uses and instructions are described below. Please contact us with any further questions by calling (603)736-9920 or emailing (epl@metrocast.net).

The card catalog is a way for patrons to reserve and renew library materials from home. To sign in, click on the card catalog link and click "Log On." To sign in; username should be your library card number and the password is your last name in all lowercase letters. If you have any questions feel free to call the library at (603)736-9920 or email the library at epl@metrocast.net

This program will allow you to download audiobooks and ebooks onto your devices. When you become a library patron you are automatically signed up. In order to sign in; you need to enter the website and click on account. Select "Epsom Public Library" as the library name. When typing your library card number, type 4555 before your card number (4555****). For further instructions look here. 

This site is the premier online guide to series fiction.  It is one of the most helpful and widely-used databases for readers.  You can search it by author, title, character, location, subject, and keyword.  It includes only adult series novels.  If your favorite author writes a series of books with continuing characters, you will find them at this site. To get into this site, click on the eSequels link.  When asked for a password, enter 03234 plus your library card number.  The final number, however, must be nine (9) digits, so if your card number is less than four digits, place as many zeroes as needed before your library number.  For example, if your library number were 134, the final number you would enter is 032340134.

The library has an account with Ancestry that is available to our patrons. This is one site, however, that can only be used in the library. 

Heritage Quest is an online ancestry website that the library has access to. This website can be used by patrons from home. To access the site from home one must be a registered patron. To gain access to the site you must contact the library for the contact information.

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