Don't Yet Have A Library Card To Access All Of Our Features?


If you would like a library card at the Brookline Public Library, please complete the registration form and include a copy of a proof of residency, such as a driver’s license, car registration, or a bill with your address on it.  
We need this to check residency, and it will be shredded after verification.  

Anyone under the age of fourteen must have a parent sign the card along with the parents’ proof of residency.  
You can scan and email the documents to akoushki@brooklinenh.us or mail them to the Brookline Public Library, P.O. Box 157, 16 Main Street, Brookline NH 03033, and we will respond via email or telephone with your card number as soon as your account is set up. 

​If you have any questions, please call us at 673-3330.

 

Get a card today @ your library

Library cards are available free of charge to all Brookline residents.
Proof of address is required (tax bill, license, car registration, etc.)
Non-residents can purchase a card for $50/year. Non-residents employed or attending school in Brookline can get a library card free of charge as long as they are part of the Brookline community.
Children must be at least 5 years old to get a card; those under 14 years of age require a parent's signature.