• The Arvin A. Brown Library has over 14,000 books including a collection of Large Print,  audiobooks on CD and Playaways.

  • We also have many popular magazine titles. 

  • We have an extensive collection of DVDs for adults and children.

  • Our children’s room features a children’s table with small and large chairs, 2 AWE Early Literacy Stations  and themed backpacks with book, CD, and puppet, puzzle or educational toy.  Themed totes and bags with books, toys, puppets and puzzles are also available to check out.

  • We also have current juvenile fiction and non-fiction sections and a collection of titles for Young Adults.

  • Passes available for reduced or free admission to Vermont State Parks, St. Albans City Pool, Vermont Historic Sites, the Old Stone House Museum, ECO,  and the St. Albans Museum.

Did you know

that your Library offers

* a fine collection of Vermontiana

* reference question service

* a copy machine (black and white: 25 cents a page, color: 50 cents a page), Fax ($1.00) and laminating services.

* four public access computers

* a summer reading programs for children and teens

* regular programs for adults and children

* an ongoing book, magazine and audio-visual sale section

* book drops front and back

* parking lot and elevator accessibility for those with special needs

and that you can
* reserve books.
* renew books
* request an Inter-Library Loan

in person or over the phone (848-3313)

Online Services:

The Vermont Online Library Online Databases with magazine and newspaper article, biographical information and genealogical sources.

Listen Up Vermont

Reader’s Advisory sites

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