Welcome to the Stratton Public Library!

88 Main St., P.O. Box 350
Stratton, ME 04982

Wendy Boyle Librarian

Monday, Wednesday and Friday 10:00am to 5:00pm
Tuesday and Thursday 1:00pm to 5:00pm
Saturday 9:00am to 1:00pm

Click on one of the following links to find the area of your interest:

Mission Statement

Library Policy
Computer Usage Policy

Library Netiquette
Acquisitions at the Library

Mission Statement:

Our mission here at the Stratton Public Library is to offer as wide a variety of books and services as possible for the small town that we live in. We offer material for all age groups and welcome your suggestions. Besides our great selection of books, we have magazines, VHS videos and DVD's, and audio books on cassette and compact disc. We also have a small section of large print books plus some from Maine State Library on loan each month. For anything we don't have Maine State Library will loan it to us, so just ask! We have wireless internet and three computers which are available for public use at no charge.We are not part of Maine Infonet's audio download program but if you are a Maine resident you can get a free Maine State Library card online by going to https://www.maine.gov/msl/services/libcard.htm. Then click on go to register for a library card and they will email you a code so you can download books. You will then need to download the Cloud Library App to your device, go to  https://www.yourcloudlibrary.com/

Library Policy:

Library books are checked out for 3 weeks and videos for 3 days. There are no late fees but there is a container for donations on the counter. If a book is lost or needs replacing due to damage we maintain the right to revoke library privileges until said book is paid for. Library cards are free to residents of Stratton/Eustis, Coplin and Carrabassett, Kingfield and Rangeley, other nonresidents will asked to pay a refundable deposit of $25.00.

Computer Usage Policy:

There is no charge for the use of the computers. A charge of 25 cents per page, after 20 pages it will be 10 cents each and 50 cents for full color page. Same price for copies. All files you wish to save must be saved to a memory stick, disk or chip. As of now, there is no restriction on how long you use a computer, as long as no one else is waiting. If there is a waiting line, you must finish your session within 30 minutes. We are CIPA compliant.

Library Netiquette:

"Netiquette" is short for "Internet etiquette". Like everyday etiquette, it is based on respect for the rights of others, in this case, the library, its equipment, and its other users. Besides following the Computer Guidelines above, this means that you do nothing that might offend other users of the library or of the computers.You do not call up sites with explicit sexual references or graphics. If you should get onto such a site without meaning to, you get out of it right away (Clicking on <BACK> on the tool bar at the top is the fastest way).

We have books and magazines for all ages. We also have movies on VHS and DVD and Books on CD

Click on this to see  :   Our new Card Catalog


JULY 2022

Armored by Mark Greaney (adult fiction)
Beyond the Wire by James D. Shipman (adult fiction)
Boobytown by Randall Probert (adult fiction)
Clive Cussler's Dark Vector (adult fiction)
Cold Cold Bones by Kathy Reichs (adult fiction)
Cold Fear by Brandon Webb (adult fiction)
Escape by James Patterson (adult fiction)
A Face to Die For by Iris Johansen (adult fiction)
Hatchet Island by Paul Doiron  (adult fiction)
The Hidden by Linda Castillo (adult fiction)
Holy Cow by David Rosenfelt (adult fiction)
The Hotel Nantucket by Elin Hilderbrand (adult fiction)
A Light Beyond the Trenches by Alan Hlad (adult fiction)
Listen to Me by Tess Gerritsen (adult fiction)
Man of War by Sean Parnell (adult fiction)
Movieland by Lee Goldberg (adult fiction)
The Omega Factor by Steve Berry (adult fiction)
Outside by Ragnar Jonasson (adult fiction)
Red Warning by Matthew Quirk (adult fiction)
Suspects by Danielle Steel (adult fiction)
Tom Clancy Zero Hour by Don Bentley (adult fiction)
Whiskey Jack Family by Randall Probert (adult fiction)
An Extravagant Life An Autobiography by Stuart Woods (adult nonfiction)
James Patterson by James Patterson (adult nonfiction)
Let's Go for a Ride The Wildlife of a Game Warden by William Livesey (adult nonfiction)
Busy Street by Edward Miller (juvenile fiction)
Daniel's First Fireworks by Becky Friedman (juvenile fiction)
What is Juneteenth by Kristi Jewel (juvenile non fiction)