Welcome to the Bremen Library

We are a full service community library in the town of Bremen, Maine. We are open to the public to read and connect.

Hours:

Wednesday 10-3
Thursday 10-7
Friday 10-3
Saturday 10-1


Latest News

Curbside Pickup is Now Available (6/2/2020)

Curbside pickup of books, DVD’s, audios and magazines will be available on Tuesdays and Fridays in June. Please call (529-5572) or email(bremenmainelibrary@gmail.com) your requests.The book return is now open in the lobby. For everyone’s safety, please use the WiFi outside the building. Book donations will not be accepted at this time.–

New Titles Just Added to the Collection (5/21/2020)

FICTION

Allende, Isabel – A Long Petal of the Sea

Anstruther, Eleanor – A Perfect Explanation

Bohjalian, Chris – The Red Lotus

Evaristo, Bernardine – Girl, Woman, Other

Hannah, Sophie – Perfect Little Children

Hilderbrand, Elin – Winter in Paradise

King, Lily – Writers & Lovers

Little, Elizabeth – Pretty as a Picture

Mantel, Hilary – The Mirror & the Light

McCann, Colum – Apeirogon

Phillips, Arthur – The King at the Edge of the World

Preston & Childs – Crooked River

Rose, M.J. – Cartier’s Hope

Searle, Rebecca – In Five Years

DETECTIVE FICTION

Box, C.J. – Long Range

Coben, Harlan – The Boy From the Woods

Kidd, Jess – Things in Jars

Krueger, William Kent – Desolation Mountain

Leon, Donna – Trace Elements

Reichs, Kathy – A Conspiracy of Bones

Rivers, A.J. – The Girl in Cabin 13

Robb. J.D. – Golden in Death

St. James, Simone – The Sun Down Motel

Swanson, Peter – Eight Perfect Murders

Vargas, Fred – The Chalk Circle Man

NON-FICTION

Sifton, Sam – See You on Sunday

Call or email your request. 30 more new books will hit the shelves soon.

National Library Week (4/21/2020)

Libraries Bring People Together Even When We Have To Stay Apart

(American Library Association)

The Board and staff of the Bremen Library are so thankful that Maine has seen such a slow spread of COVID-19 and are hopeful that we can avoid the severe levels other states are experiencing. We hope our seasonal patrons are well and look forward to seeing you soon. We continue to monitor local, state and federal recommendations to guide our decisions about services we can offer and about reopening.

With so many people working from home and online, good internet is hard to come by. Our WiFi is available 24/7 in our parking lot. Password: ReadBooks!

Thanks to the Maine State Library, Bremen residents can use Ancestry.com from home at not charge. So if you have relatives that have immigrated to the US, you can go online from your home computer and check out passenger lists of the ships on which they came or census interview sheets that they completed after they arrived. Go to the library’s web site to get started: Bremen library.org. If you have questions, need to know your library card number or need a library card, email me at bremenmainelibrary@gmail.com.

Please take care.