NOTE: As of July 1st, curbside pickup will not be available on Saturdays.

You can access online resources with your library card. If you do not already have a library card, you can get one in no time at all. Just email us at

Please continue to post to Facebook. It has the most up to date information.
Have you gone to Miss Love’s blog yet? Please look at the other libraries in Monroe county. We all have different virtual offerings.
Pocono Mountain Public Library
Barrett Paradise Friendly Library
Eastern Monroe Public Library
Western Pocono Community Library

Zinio is our online magazine collection with something for everyone.
It Includes back issues too and no checkout limits.

Another site you may want to explore is Project Gutenberg.
Project Gutenberg is a library of over 60,000 free eBooks. Choose among free epub and Kindle eBooks, download them or read them online. You will find the world’s great literature here, with focus on older works for which U.S. copyright has expired.

Drum Circle

Meet Pocono Pines’ local drum expert, Ken Meyer, in this informative and instructive video. Learn about the health benefits of drumming both physically and mentally. Ken progresses in segments with his instruction from knowledge and history of the drums to actual performing. Click on this link for the June session.

Gong Meditation

Percussionist, Ken Meyer, presents a unique form of meditation. The pandemic has shown us the importance of mindfulness and its effects on our health and well-being. Let the Gong Meditation bring the sounds of the universe into your home to help you focus on yourself and your environment. Click on this link for the June session.


Women’s Health Advice from Johns Hopkins Johns Hopkins is a reliable source of the latest developments for Coronavirus treatments. It also has some good tips on how to practice wellness while staying home during the pandemic. Visit the Johns Hopkins website for other timely resources including its COVID-19 Self-Checker.

If you are looking for health related books, please go to National Network of Libraries of Medicine. If you click on Reading Club you will discover books, authors, and health information surrounding National Health Observances, such as May is National Mental Health Month. The books suggested are available on OverDrive. In addition, if you are looking for evidence-based information without advertisement and in multiple languages you can go to MedlinePlus.

Summer Reading Program
Welcome to Clymer Library Adult Summer Reading Program 2020. Registration has started. Each week we have a Fun Packet of activities for you. Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic we will not be having live programs. Please check the website for additional information and fun things to do. Keep reading and record the number of books your read.

Stay Connected!
Governor Tom Wolf encourages residents to “stay connected to your local library” in a video that promotes Summer Quest, the vacation reading program being conducted online by libraries across the Commonwealth.

Children’s Summer Reading Program
The COVID 19 pandemic has brought a lot of changes to our world, our nation, our state, and our way of life. One of those changes is in how Clymer Library will conduct our Storytime sessions and the 2020 Summer Reading Program. YES, WE ARE HAVING A SUMMER READING PROGRAM! However, the restriction of social distancing and need for safety means that there will NOT be any organized programs on-site at the library. Instead, Miss Love has planned a semi-virtual program emphasis. Click the Children’s page for more information.

New Children’s Program!
For your viewing enjoyment, all summer long, Clymer Library’s Children’s Summer Reading Program presents to you the Science Tellers in the STEM program: Dragons: Return of the Ice Sorceress. The video will be available to you for unlimited, on-demand viewing from now through August 31st.

Kids Virtual Summer Camp!
Wide Open School offers a huge range of free, grade-based activities to keep kids busy and learning all day. At Virtual Summer Camp, kids can explore lessons in STEM, music appreciation, language arts, art and creativity, and more. Get your kid started on this week’s hand-picked activities.

Get Items Free Instantly on hoopla
No more waiting for items! hoopla is a service that allows you to borrow movies, music, audiobooks, ebooks, comics, and TV shows to enjoy on your computer, tablet, phone, or TV. You can stream titles immediately through your desktop browser or our mobile app (on the app, you can also download titles to your mobile devices to enjoy offline). We have hundreds of thousands of titles to choose from, with more being added daily. Over 6000 new titles have just been added! Please call us if you have any questions or issues.

Database of the Month
Each month, we choose a Database of the Month that we offer online. This month our choices are 3 databases for our younger patrons: TumbleBooks, BookFlix and TrueFlix.
Go to the “Online Resources” menu item at the top of this page then scroll down to find these treasures.

Check out TumbleBooks, BookFlix and TrueFlix

The TumbleBook Library is a collection of TumbleBooks (animated, talking picture books).

With BookFlix, you can watch videos and read books about Animals and Nature, Earth and Sky, People and Places, ABC’s and 1, 2, 3’s, Family and Community, Music and Rhyme, Adventure, and more. Enjoy read aloud with words highlighting and interactive games.

With TrueFlix you can Learn about people, places, nature, history, and science from videos and eBooks on topics such as American Indians, Ancient Civilizations, Farm to Table, The Civil War, Continents, The Thirteen Colonies, U.S. Government, Disasters, Earth Science, Experiments, Extreme Science, Nature, and many more.

Support Us by Shopping on Amazon
When you shop on AmazonSmile, 0.5% of the purchase price of eligible products is donated to Clymer Library if you choose us when you log on. Every item available for purchase on Amazon is also available on AmazonSmile at the same price. You will see eligible products marked ‘Eligible for AmazonSmile donation.’

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