The library will remain closed until further notice.
Due dates on our materials will be pushed back to April 15.
If you need to return materials, please use the bookdrop by the main entrance.
If you have questions, please leave us a message at 207-846-4763 or firstname.lastname@example.org. We will respond.
If you need help or want to help
The Yarmouth Community Coronavirus Task Force is ready with information and resources.
Need groceries, information, resources, or a person to talk to?
Call 207-846-4763 (the library’s phone number)
Phones staffed 10am-2pm Mon-Sat.
All calls will be returned within 24 hrs.
Visit the group on Facebook.
Dial 211, text your zip code to 898-211, or email email@example.com
Stay safe. Keep your distance. Wash your hands.
Tumble Book Library
TumbleBooks ebooks, videos, puzzles & games, grades K-6
TumbleMath math ebooks, grades K-6
TeenBookCloud ebooks, audiobooks, videos, grades 7-12
RomanceBookCloud ebooks, adults
AudioBookCloud audiobooks, all ages
Other online books
Library of Congress
SimplyE from the New York Public Library
Open Library from the Internet Archive
Digital Public Library of America
Ever thought of attending story time or book group online?
Try it with us!
Readers Circle, Dangerous Thinking Club, and Merrill Film Society will hold Zoom meetings.
Stay tuned for more details!
We continue to field reference questions. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
COVID-19 and Data Visualization
There is a lot of information coronavirus infections coming from every direction these days, and some of the most useful information comes from research institutes at universities. The Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy at the University of Minnesota has compiled a list of organizations that are taking COVID data from around world and creating graphs, charts, and maps that are easy for users to understand and even manipulate. Some have made the datasets ready to download so that coders can make their own visualizations. My favorites are the University of Virginia, the University of Washington, and Johns Hopkins.