Selected Websites

Books & Reading

A useful guide to pronounce particular authors' names.  Created by the Pegasus Book Exchange in Seattle.

A free audio magazine for adults with impaired vision or other disability.  CML records the best articles, stories, and poems from over 100 of the finest magazines.

This guide answers frequently asked questions about old books and their potential value.  It is prepared by the Rare Books and Manuscript Section of the Association of College and Research Libraries.


Includes more than 240,000 economic and financial time series data from dozens of U.S. and international sources.  Provided by the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis.

Career & Employment

This USCIS website contains many resources in a variety of languages for employees and employers who are utilizing the E-Verify system.

The official job vacancy site of the NH School Administrators Association.  The fastest growing web-based vacancy service for all educational employment opportunities in New Hampshire.


Children's and young adult authors of the Granite State.

A comprehensive resource addressing many aspects of bullying.  Includes a "Get Help Now" button to provide quick assistance to victims.

Community Information

US Citizenship and Immigration Services explains how to avoid immigration scams.

The Low-Income Taxpayer Project is a free clinic designed to help low-income taxpayers with federal income tax controversies-that is, IRS disputes.

Get connected.  Get answers.  Call 211 or visit this website to find out about social services in NH.  A project of Granite State United Way.

If you have a civil legal question or problem, apply for free help online or call 224-3333 or 1-800-639-5290.  Services available to people with civil and legal problems in New Hampshire and with income and assets below certain limits.

Provides information on the investigation into PFASs in New Hampshire drinking water.

A resource for people who are curious about, entering, or sustaining recovery from substance use disorders.

Your link to information and support services in your community.

The community action program for Hillsborough and Rockingham counties.  Provides numerous services including Head Start, ESL classes, energy and food assistance, workforce development, senior services, and volunteer opportunities.

This site contains many resources to assist people who are applying for United States citizenship.


Includes a very useful typing tutorial.

Perfect for beginning computer users.  This online tutorial, created by the staff of the Palm Beach County Public Library System, teaches new users how to use a mouse.


Find out how to protect yourself from scams.

Learn how to be a safe consumer, what to do when a purchase or service goes wrong, and more.

Learn how to manage money, handle credit and loans, and avoid scams.

A free government website to report identity theft to the Federal Trade Commission, build a step-by-step personalized recovery plan, and put that plan into action.  Make sure that you are on a secure network or using your mobile phone's cellular data (not WiFi) before logging into the site.

NH Insurance Department's Consumer Services staff helps people who have questions or complaints about their insurance coverage. 


US Citizenship and Immigration Services explains how to avoid immigration scams.

Learn about the CIA's history, use the World Factbook to obtain up to date information about other countries, read declassified documents, and have fun in the Kids' Zone.

Citizens Count is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization created to serve New Hampshire citizens by: providing objective information about issues and candidates; promoting the civil exchange of opinions in a variety of forums, online and in person; connecting citizens with their elected officials.

Captures and saves U. S. government websites at the end of presidential administrations.

The official website of the European Union.

We are a nonpartisan, nonprofit “consumer advocate” for voters that aims to reduce the level of deception and confusion in U.S. politics. We monitor the factual accuracy of what is said by major U.S. political players in the form of TV ads, debates, speeches, interviews and news releases. Our goal is to apply the best practices of both journalism and scholarship, and to increase public knowledge and understanding. is a project of the Annenberg Public Policy Center of the University of Pennsylvania.

An independent political fact-checking journalism website provided by the Tampa Bay Times.

Reputable statistics compiled by regions, states, and cities in the United States.

This site contains numerous resources to assist people who are applying for United States citizenship.


Learn more about health care coverage under the Affordable Care Act and locate in person assisters.

This page provides links to several sites that contain advice for finding reliable health information on the Internet. Topics range from general advice to information about specific conditions and for specific groups.

The content that was previously available in published Merck Manuals is now available for free online.

In 2017, the Physicians' Desk Reference book was changed to a web only format.  PDR information about prescription drugs is now available at this website.


This site provides a unique perspective on World War I by combining resources from three major European projects with personal stories, treasures, and film archives.

Language & Writing

Pronunciations of over 2.5 million words, crowdsourced from native speakers.

An in-depth source for French culture and language, provided by the French Embassy in the U.S.

" is news, information, and guides to literary magazines, independent publishers, creative writing programs, alternative periodicals, indie bookstores, writing contests, and more".

Math & Science

Use this website to track the locations of satellites and other objects in the night sky. 

Find out what's in this week's night sky. 

This site includes educational and technical information about earthquakes as well as reports about the latest earthquakes.

Interactive weather graphs.

"The Zooniverse provides opportunities for people around the world to contribute to real discoveries in fields ranging from astronomy to zoology. Welcome to the largest online platform for collaborative volunteer research."