What's all the HOOPLA at TFL!?
Now you can download and stream
thousands of movies, TV shows, eBooks,
audiobooks, music albums, and comics,
all FREE with your library card.

Signup is simple: just visit www.hoopladigital.com
and register with an email address, password, and your TFL
account number. No holds, no wait lists, no late fees, easy browsing
and borrowing, and automatic returns make this new resource a breeze
to use. Please share the good news, and let us know what you think!

New Hampshire Downloadable Audiobooks and eBooks
are available to anyone with a valid Tuftonboro Free Library card.
How does it work?  It's easy!
Install the free media software to check out and download your books.
Audiobook users will need the Overdrive Media Console
available at http://www.overdrive.com/software/omc/
eBook users will need Adobe Digital Editions
available at http://www.adobe.com/products/digitaleditions/
Call the library at 569-4256 for your special library card number.
Then, go to
Log in, browse, download, and enjoy!
You can check out up to three books at once.
Audiobooks circulate for 7 days
and eBooks circulate for 14 days.
For tutorials, information about device compatibility,
and answers to virtually any question you may have
about downloadables, please visit:

(For the blog-wary, please note that the website name
is misleading.  Much of the website is informational
and instructional in nature, and not in a blog format.)

And if you have any questions or difficulties at all, please call or stop by.
We can even help you program your new device!

Digital Magazines Have Arrived! 
We are excited to announce that TFL now offers
popular magazines for digital lending through New Hampshire
 Downloadable Books. You can download and read your favorite
 periodicals such as The Atlantic, Cook's Illustrated, Organic
 Gardening, Family Handyman, Game Informer and more!

The magazines can easily be viewed on most Internet-enabled
devices such as tablets and smart phones. All you need is your
Library card, a free NOOK account, and the free NOOK app.
Simple download instructions are available at the Circulation Desk.