Find book recommendations, browse books by genre, book "mood", appeal and more. NoveList Plus helps you find your next fiction, non-fiction, or audio book. All you need is a Fletcher Free Library card! When prompted type in your 14-digit library barcode number to gain access.
NoveList K-8 Plus
Find book recommendations for Kids and Teens, browse books by genre, book "mood", appeal and more. NoveList K-8 Plus helps you find your next fiction, non-fiction, or audio book. Designed just for K-8 and Teens. All you need is a Fletcher Free Library card! When prompted type in your 14-digit library barcode number to gain access.
Check out Consumer Reports product reviews and ratings to make smarter buying choices.
The Fletcher Free Library's account with Consumer Reports Online gives you premium access to product reviews and ratings on cars, appliances, electronics and much more. Individuals would normally have to pay an annual subscription fee to access this important site, but now you can get it for free: all you need is a Fletcher Free Library card! When prompted type in your 14-digit library barcode number to gain access.
Also known as Vermont Online Library (or VOL), and brought to you in part by the Vermont Department of Libraries, Gale's suite of databases is a one-stop source for news and magazine articles on a wide range of topics: business, current events, economics, education, health care, literature, art, and science. Millions of full-text articles, many with images. You cannot find this in-depth level of research with a Google search! When prompted type in your 14 digit library barcode # to gain access.
Ancestry International -- Library edition *
The Fletcher Free Library offers the world’s most popular consumer online genealogy resource, Ancestry.com--including the international records. Over 7,000 databases containing billions of individual records are combined into one of the most robust genealogy research tools ever.
For a limited time, thanks to the generosity of ProQuest, we are able to make Ancestry.com access available remotely. Follow the instructions on the Ancestry Access page to gain access to this service.
Burlington Free Press
The Burlington Free Press began as a weekly publication in 1827. In 1848, it became a daily newspaper—except for Sundays, which were added in 1965.
Chronicling America has digitized issues of the Burlington Weekly Free Press and the Burlington Free Press. They are accessible at in two time periods:
Use the dropdown menu on the left to select the year, then click on the date to view.
For articles published after the Chronicling America coverage, search Newspapers.com for citations. (Charges apply for access to full text) Contact the Reference Desk at 802.865.7217 for assistance in accessing articles in the Library.