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Library Resources

Library catalog

You can search the entire collection at the Ivoryton Library digitally by following the link below.


Digital Catalog

Through our consortium membership with LION, Inc, the library is able to offer a wide range of digital book titles. Follow the link below to reach the LION Digital Catalog.


Borrow movies, music, audiobooks, e-books, comics and TV shows to enjoy on your computer, tablet or phone  – and even your TV!

Digital magazines

Our digital magazines have been added to the LION Digital Catalog. Click below


eBooks and audiobooks provided by the Connecticut State Library. Over 15,000 titles


Child Enrichment

The library periodically offers enrichment programs for your child such as Story Time, gardening and craft events and our Summer Reading offerings. 

Home Delivery

We are happy to provide Home Delivery to any who might require this. Please let us know what you need and we are happy to arrange a time to drop off and/or pick up materials. Items can be left in a designated spot for non-contact delivery.

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Resources for Job Seekers

We have compiled some resources to help those finding themselves out of work due to the pandemic. Check our Job Seekers page frequently as it will be updated as new resources become available. 


The Connecticut State Library offers several research options, available to you with your library card., including this partial list of available resources:
  • Audio Books
  • E-Books
  • Geneology
  • Medical and Legal Information
  • Newspapers
  • History
  • Science

Local History Publications

The local area around our library is rich in a complex history shaped largely by maritime manufacturing and the growth of the white-gold ivory industry, including the ties of local factories to Zanzibar. But the area’s unique history has also been remarkably well-documented by local historians Don Malcarne and others in publications that include photographs and maps. Contact the library to inquire.

Museum Passes

Museum passes may be reserved by phone but will be held for no longer than 20 minutes. For more information, please call the library at 860-767-1252. The following passes are available for 2-day checkout from the Ivoryton Library:


Local Links of Interest