The holiday season is upon us and at the Library, we’re ready with lots of offerings! Our Friends of the Guilford Free Library Holiday Book Sale kicked off the month …
Do you have what it takes to be president? Win the White House challenges you to build your campaign and allows you to simulate a presidential election!
The National Center for Atmospheric Research has put together a bunch of fun games, videos, and learning activities for kids who want to know more about the weather, climate and earth system science.
Children can create their own artwork, upload their artwork and create their own gallery on this website from the Tate Museum.
From the creators of Owl Magazine, a site where you can play games, read stories, do puzzles, find jokes, or send e-cards to your friends.
Nickelodeon’s official website for their preschool and younger child audience.
Like to watch Nick? Here’s where to click!
NASA’s official website for kids. Young astronauts can explore space, do activities, and play games on this website, all about space.
Play games that help you learn safety on the web. Avoid hackers, phishers, bots, and other internet bad guys to complete your quest. Built by Google.
Games, videos and books for kids that make learning math and reading fun!
Games and videos from your favorite Cartoon Network shows.
Become a disaster master by helping friends survive emergencies, such as tornadoes and blizzards, and learn how you can get prepared for one yourself in real life.
Fun and free online multi-player educational math games and language arts games for students and teachers.
Financial aid information for students applying to college and university.
The Common App platform provides a single, online application and 24/7/365 support for students applying to one of more than one thousand member colleges and universities.
College Board is a not-for-profit organization that offers programs and services in college readiness and college success—including the SAT and PSAT.
Summer reads! Briskly-paced, compulsively readable, fun and enjoyable. Save the weighty themes, socially significant issues and lexical development for the end of vacation and the return to real life. Check out some books that we recommend you bring to the beach, the park or the trail.
Artists may use this form to provide details of their exhibit, which will be posted to our website.
Interested in exhibiting at Guilford Free Library? Start the process here.
Guilford Free Library offers free and unlimited access to The Wall Street Journal digital content both in the Library. Start by setting up your account and then renew your lease every three days.
A full-text database of articles from the Los Angles Times, 1985-present.
CT Newsstream offers a unified search of several leading current and historical newspaper databases.
As a taxpayer-supported institution, the Guilford Free Library is responsible for establishing rules of conduct to protect the rights and safety of all Library patrons, volunteers and staff and for …
This statement is intended to help explain the concept of intellectual freedom and the reasons that the Guilford Free Library collects materials that reflect the interests of a wide variety …
Full-text articles from magazines, newspapers, and reference books about current events, people, places, animals, history and more, designed for elementary students
full text articles from hundreds of high school magazines covering a various subject areas including history, science, careers and more.
Information on medical topics, symptoms, drugs, procedures, news and more, written in everyday language.
CTLawHelp supports Connecticut residents by providing free legal help to people with very low income.
Full text database of consumer legal reference books addressing legal issues
E-books and e-audiobooks for teens – complete blurb
Virtual art lessons, galleries, demonstrations, tours, and art-at-home ideas for the whole family.
This list of apps includes real-time, dynamic, and interactive media content for children 14 years of age and younger that enables and encourages active engagement and social interaction while informing, educating, and entertaining in exemplary ways.
Interactive content and reading for kids from preschool to grade 8. Largely about animals, the environment, and science.
Topics in the news at age-appropriate reading levels for grades 3-12 from reliable sources without bias.
Use your library card to access databases, encyclopedias, magazines, and more from the Connecticut State Library.
The library will be open, beginning Monday, March 22nd:
Monday & Thursday:10 am – 2 pm / 3 pm – 8 pm
Tuesday & Wednesday: 10 am – 2 pm / 3 pm – 6 pm
Friday: 10 am – 2 pm / 3 pm – 6 pm
Saturday: 10 am – 1 pm
Sunday: (April 11 – May 23): 1 pm – 4 pm