Pediatric Consumer Health Lending Library

Families can browse and borrow books from our growing Pediatric Lending Library located in the Family Center.

Our lending library includes books for adults and children on a wide variety of health-related topics and parenting issues. The material is current and easy to understand.

Browse the online collection

  • All of the items in our library may be checked out by patients, and family members, the general public, and hospital staff.
  • Three items per person may be checked out at one time.
  • Items may be checked out for up to three weeks. You can renew books in person, by phone, or by email.
  • We will be happy to provide you with a postage-paid return envelope to make borrowing and returns easy and convenient.

Please contact us with any questions.

Other library resources

  • Consumer Health Information at Dartmouth College
    These sites have been selected by the Biomedical librarians and are intended to provide public access to a wide range of health and disease information but should not be construed as medical advice or be used as a substitute for consultation with a health care professional.
  • Special Needs Support Center Nathan Hall Library
    The Nathan Hall Memorial Library has over 1,000 book titles, videos, and informational pamphlets. The library includes a wide selection of topics for parents and children learning to plan, understand, and cope with unique challenges.
  • Vermont Family Network
    We invite you to borrow materials from our ever-expanding lending library, which contains books, videos, audiocassettes, articles, and newsletters on a wide range of topics related to special needs. We are happy to have visitors come to our office to browse our collection. If you are not able to come in person, please call us and we can send you what you need. We also have bibliographies available upon request.
  • Vermont Parent Child Center Network
    Vermont Parent-Child Centers provide parenting support and education to families through home visiting and educational opportunities. Contact your local Parent-Child Center to find out about their lending library.