To make searching for titles easier, browse the websites below:
Click here to view tutorials on how to use Zoom.
Wowbrary – Gunn’s most recent additions.
- Libby – The one-tap reading app that makes borrowing eBooks and audio books easier than ever. Be sure to have your card ready!
- Simply E– An app for free downloadable Audio and eBooks developed by the New York Public Library with over 300,000 titles available.
Your Library Account:
Need a library card? Click here to fill out a form. Please note that you will have 60 days to pick up your card and you must bring proof of residency with you when you pick up your card.
Click here to access your library account. Forgot your password? Call us and we can reset it for you!
With your online Library Account you can:
- View your Account Summary to see what you have out and when it is due.
- Set Account Preferences- Change contact info, notification preferences, username and password.
- Enable Check Out History to keep track of what you’ve read.
- Create booklists- you can create a digital To Be Read pile!
Access our Library Catalog with the Acorn App!
Download Acorn Catalog app to your mobile device, login with your library card and password, and remotely search the catalog, place holds, and renew items!
Our WiFi is free and accessible in our parking lot!
WiFi name: gunnmemorial (no password).
ResearchIT – Genealogy (Ancestry.com and HeritageQuest), Magazines, Newspapers, e-audio & e-books. Have your library card ready!
For young readers:
Providing credible, accurate, reliable content on almost every core-curricula subject, Scholastic GO!®offers endless resources for research in a multitude of media. Explore nonfiction texts, world newspapers, videos and more with this easy-to-navigate digital resource designed to strengthen content knowledge, vocabulary, and core proficiency skills. Have your library card ready if you are accessing from home.
- Scholastic BookFlix Online – Children can listen to recorded stories and watch colorful animations while following along with the text page by page on screen; or read the text on their own. Have your library card ready if you are accessing from home.
There’s an endless supply on the Web — here are just a few on-line reference resources…
- Bartleby.com (Bartlett’s Quotations)
- Britannica Online
- Google Maps
- Merriam Webster Dictionary & Thesaurus
Contact your librarian at 860-868-7586