Downloadable Books at the Library

Did you know that you can get free downloadable books and magazines, on your smart phone or on your computer, through the Nelson Library? Stop by and get your number for free downloadable audio books, ebooks, kindle books and magazines.

The Nelson Library building is open to the public for 15 minute visits.
Masks must be worn, sanitize hands on entry, and a limit of 4 patrons at a time.
Library hours:
1pm to 5pm on Monday and Thursday
4pm to 6pm on Wednesday
10am to Noon on Tuesday and Saturday

If you prefer curbside pick up call, email, or order books, dvd’s and CDS and we will contact you to arrange a pick up time ( Monday – Thursday) in front of the library. Our website has a weekly virtual story time, links to our catalog, a Nelson calendar with Events, including ZOOMS and more.

Visit the Library website

What would Olivia think?

“She was a woman possessed of intense curiosity.”

Robins Millbank, from his biography of Olivia Rodham, for whom the Nelson Library is named. 

We can’t know for certain what she would have made of ebooks, magazines, etc. but if you read her inspiring story, you might suspect that she would be excited about reading and learning in any form.

Here (click) is a chapter from Teri Upton’s Pennsylvania Settlement, published on the Nelson History Website. 

Painting of Olivia Rodham by Margaret Redmond, courtesty of Roberta Wingerson


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