At Home With Wilton Library
May 4, 2020
  • Wilton Library remains closed as does our returns bin. Please hold onto the materials you have checked out until we re-open our bin. All items have been automatically renewed and no late fees will be accruing. Need a Wilton Library card? Call 203-762-6334 to get one.
  • Please note that due to an equipment upgrade, access to our website on Wednesday, May 6, will be intermittent for the entirety of the business day. 
Please support Wilton Library -- Giving Tuesday Now, May 5
Wilton Library is excited to participate in a global day of unity and giving.  Tomorrow, May 5th, is Giving Tuesday Now , an addition to the movement of giving that celebrates philanthropy. Giving back and supporting the organizations that support you has never been more important. Wilton Library is here for you. We hope you can support us. Your support fuels every program, every service, every item in our collection. To give, click here. You can even start a day early! 
Mysterious Monday Edition
There’s something irresistibly engaging about mystery. It's the process of reading or watching something so artfully concealed, followed by the surprising revelation. And then there's the "of course" once you see it. It keeps us coming back for more.
No one does mystery like Agatha Christie. She's not just a famous mystery writer, she's the best selling novelist of all time. Adaptations of Christie's mysteries make for riveting viewing. Check out these selections from Hoopla Digital. To access Hoopla on your mobile device, visit or download the free Hoopla Digital app from the App Store on your Android or IOS device. Simply sign up with your Wilton Library card number to get started.
Uncover Mystery Here in Wilton
There's lots of mystery to uncover right here in Wilton. Thanks to the Wilton Historical Society and dynamic Associate Curator Nick Foster, watch these short videos reveal two little known enigmas of Wilton's past.
  • The Old Leatherman was one of the most mysterious men to ever pass through Wilton. Watch the video here.
  • Explore the story of how a statue of King George III erected in New York City caused a mystery that is still partially unsolved. Watch the video here.
Spotlight on True Crime eBooks
Nothing gets our attention more than events that have played out in real life -- especially true crime. The true crime genre has exploded in recent years. It allows us to play armchair detective and explore a darker side in a safe way. Click to see the full selection of True Crime eBooks. These eBooks may be downloaded in the Libby by OverDrive app or viewed online on our OverDrive page.
New to Mystery Series Books?
Mystery series draw you in with an initial mystery, but keep you coming back for the rich character development and compelling storytelling. If you're new to mystery series...
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