Betty Thibodeau Library
Located behind the Quaco Museum building
236 Main Street
St. Martins, N.B. E5R 1B8
In view of the current state of emergency declared to slow the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic, the library will remain closed for the foreseeable future.
In our children’s section the library now has a copy of Sara O’Leary’s book You Are One. We also have Saint John Curiosities, a nice collection of stories and histories from David Goss. Among our fiction collection we have added The Lake House by Kate Morton. To the mystery section we have added Murder in Three Volumes by Lorna Barrett.
In our non-fiction section we have Birds of New Brunswick: An Annotated List, a project of the New Brunswick Bird Records Committee. We have acquired the summary of the final report of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada entitled Honouring the Truth, Reconciling for the Future. We have separate French and English volumes.
Donations of books and DVDs are always welcome.
This is a light-hearted, volunteer-run community library with an amazing selection of popular and classic novels, non-fiction titles and reference works. We are especially proud of our children’s section. New books and the classics get equal shelf space.
The library has a Fax machine for the public to SEND faxes.
The charge is $1.00 per page in the local calling area and $2.00 per page for long distance.
Our rate for photocopying is 15¢ per page
Visit us at the Library (behind the Quaco Museum).
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