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Service Center and Collections: Circulating Collections

Collection Support * Professional Collections * Programming materials for children and adults * Technology Training Lab * Meeting Rooms & Equipment * Consulting services

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Primo is the CT State Library catalog. Search for books, kits, puppets and more! On the search results page, narrow your search to MLSC or large print items at LBPH.

Reserve Discussion Sets and Equipment
You can now reserve book sets, book props, STEM kits, and musical instrument kits yourself!

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Collection Support

The Service Center loans materials out for 90 days (in most cases). You can borrow item from us, and circulate them to your own patrons.

Professional Collections

The Service Center houses a large collection of professional development books, which you can borrow for 90 days.

This collection includes:

  • Neal-Schuman "How-To" series for librarians
  • Most ALA Publications
  • All the Wilson Core Collections
  • Other titles relevant to the library profession

Programming Materials

The Service Center loans the following items to help you with your programming needs.

‚ÄčClick on these links to order for your library.

Current Nutmeg Nominee Sets

Other Book Sets & Kits

Non-Book Kits Also Available

If you are at a LION library you also have access to the kits here:

Funding for Collections

The service centers and collections are funded in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act, administered by the Connecticut State Library.

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