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 Can't find a book on your topic?

 Try Inter-Library Loan:

Central Catholic is part of the Mass Library System.

If there is a book you need, we can Inter-Library Loan it for you from another library in the system.  Interested in using  ILL  to find something you need? Speak with Mrs. Keleher for more details!

 

MVLC Library Catalogs

The Merrimack Valley Library Consortium is a network of public libraries serving thirty-five communities throughout the Merrimack Valley region of Massachusetts. Nearly three million items are speedily available to you through MVLC.

 If you are looking for something and our library doesn't have it, you can get that item from any other library in the consortium, often in 48 hours or less! If necessary, member libraries can even request items for you from libraries all over the country.

Massachusetts residents can their local library and get a library card and use it at any library in the consortium! Use it to request books and access your patron account online! Click on the icon to get started searching the catalogs!

 

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EBSCO High School eBook Collection

Please click on the image above to access Ebsco's High School eBook Collection.

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eBooks- MA Public Libraries

 

  Go Digital with OverDrive
Try OverDrive! This is your source for thousands of digital downloads- eBooks, audiobooks, music, and video titles-  all available with your public MA library card
 

eBooks- NH Public Libraries

  Live in NH but still want your digital downloads?
No problem! The NH Book Consortium provides OverDrive to NH residents. You can access it via this link and your NH public library card.
 

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