Links of Interest

To help you learn more about our Library and local resources, here are links to several organizations and information resources that may interest you! [TIP: Consider BOOKMARKING this page in your browser to make accessing this page of links easier!]

General Interest to All Readers

Addison County Readers/Imagination Library (

Dolly Parton's Imagination Library. Dolly Parton's Imagination Library. Addison County children (birth to 5 years of age) who register for this program receive a free book in the mail each month, sent to their home. This is a not-for-profit volunteer organization dedicated to promoting early literacy

and future school success.

CLiF - Children’s Literacy Foundation

I Love Libraries: a site of the American Library Association

Green Mountain Book Awards (VT Dept. of Libraries)

Dorothy Canfield Fisher Awards (VT Dept of Libraries)

Libri Foundation – Books for Children

Library Thing: Catalogs your books online, easily, quickly and for free.

Vermont Humanities Council

Including Vermont Reads

Web Sites for Students provides a database of every online program offered by an accredited college in the U.S., which includes not only a list of institutions and programs, but also in-depth information on each institution, including the specific accreditation that each institution has.

Vermont-based accredited online colleges & universities:

All accredited online colleges:

Source for connecting students to college opportunity/success:

Free study material for students taking SAT1

Information about the ACT college entrance test, as well as resources to assist students and parents with preparing for college

Online Books, Learning and Historical Reference Materials

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. For a password, please call our Library 802-453-4015.

For our Library's patrons, this resources link provides access to: Gale Databases and Universal Class

Listen Up! Vermont

The Vermont Digital Newspaper Project (VTDNP) will digitize 100,000 pages of historical Vermont newspapers from 1836-1922 over the course of its initial NDNP grant. Once digitized, these newspaper images will be available as fully searchable content on the Library of Congress Chronicling America website ( ).

Vermont Historical Society

More Genealogy Resources

Many history and genealogy research lists and resources on the Henry Sheldon Museum's website

Town and State Resources

Town of New Haven, VT

Addison County Chamber of Commerce

List of all Vermont public libraries

State of Vermont (official site)

The Department Of Libraries is part of Vermont's Agency of Administration and provides a variety of library and information services to state government, libraries statewide, the general public, and Vermonters with special needs.