Books on Wheels
Home Delivery Service for Library Materials
What is Books on Wheels?
Freedom Public Library offers free delivery of materials to Freedom residents who are unable to visit the Library due to:
- Long or short-term illness
- Visual impairment
- Inability to drive
What can I request?
Any circulating material can be requested, including:
- Regular and Large print books
- Children’s books
- Audiobooks on CD
You may request specific titles, or our staff can provide suggestions based on genres that appeal to you, titles you've enjoyed, or authors you like.
When will I receive my items?
When you call to request items, we'll arrange a time for delivery right to your door. We can also work with you to set up a regular delivery schedule.
Do I need a library card to use this service?
Yes, you do, but don’t let that deter you! If you don’t have a library card yet, just give us a call, and we’ll be happy to set one up for you. Cards are available to Freedom residents free of charge.
Talking Book Services
The New Hampshire State Library offers materials for the visually impaired through its Talking Books Program.
The Talking Books Program exists to meet the reading needs and interests of New Hampshire residents who are physically unable to see, handle or process printed material comfortably.
Talking Book Services provides library materials to over 2,000 New Hampshire residents and lends over 70,000 audio and braille books each year.
Borrow the easy-to-use audio player and get books through the mail. Or listen anytime on your mobile device and many e-readers.
For more information, call Toll-Free 1-800-491-4200, or visit their website.
Please note: This program is not run by the Freedom Public Library.