Welcome to the Guttenberg Public Library in lovely Guttenberg, Iowa
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The library offers free access to books, magazines, DVD movies, audio books, newspapers, music, and lots of online resources, as well as programs for all ages, public computers, and wifi.
Library Newsletter: click here
See our new Kids'Catalog:
Library Catalog Available! Just click on the Catalog tab at the top of the page, or type https://guttenberg.biblionix.com/atoz/catalog/ into your browser.
Log in to Your Account: Click here to log in to your own account to see what you have checked out and to renew online! Look at the upper right corner of the Catalog page for the log-in area. Also, log in with your account number and phone number to use BRIDGES downloadable audios and eBooks, Freegal music downloads, Learning Express, and Gale databases.
Gutenberg Bible Facsimile on Display: Visitors enjoy seeing the library's facsimile of the original Gutenberg Bible - a rare book. Stop in and view it and sign our guest register. We also have a "Mystery Bible" written in German on display.
Genealogy references - Click here
New! Digital newspaper archive - Click here This archive is made possible by a donation from the estate of Irene and Oakland Becker, and with permission of publisher Gary Howe. Search tip: use quotations around a name when you search (e.g. "George Washington") to find a specific person.
Downloadable Audio Books & eBooks:
BRIDGES -Downloadable eBooks & audiobooks for Iowans - Click here to log into your account first, then click on the Bridges icon on the Catalog page to get started.
Free Music Downloads: Click here to log in to your account, then click on the Freegal icon on the Catalog page to access thousands of songs in many different genres.
Transparent Language Online: to log into your account, then click on the Transparent Language icon to start learning a new language. Click on "Sign up" and create a password to create your own account.
Facebook: Click here for the library's Facebook page
Twitter: Click here for the library's Twitter messages