For adults, the Library offers fiction, non-fiction, large print books. Also, we have audiobooks, DVDs, and Blu-ray discs.

For teens, the Library has fiction as well as non-fiction books. Also, we have audiobooks, DVDs, and Blu-ray discs.*

For children, the Library provides easy books, easy readers, fiction, non-fiction, audiobooks, magazines, DVDs, and Blu-ray discs.*

* Minors under 18 years of age must have an adult, 18 years or older, check out movies for them that are not in the Juvenile section of the Library.

In addition to these offerings, we have:

Databases

                                                             

Foundation Directory
Local nonprofit organizations are welcome to take advantage of this database that provides information on over 100,000 foundations, corporate giving programs, and grant-making public charities in the U.S. Available onsite only

 

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Magazine and newspaper articles available to all New Yorkers for free.

Historic Silver Creek Community Digital Collection in Memory of Richard J. Crino Database of nine local newspapers from 1854—1969 for those interested in historical and/or genealogical research. Available only onsite at the Library.

 

eContent

Newspapers

Access to e-Editions of the Buffalo News and Dunkirk Observer are available onsite at the Library. Ask staff for assistance logging in.

Magazines

Magazines Through Zinio

 

Reading Area in Memory of David Fancher

Mr. David Fancher was a passionate reader and a regular visitor to the Anderson-Lee Library. When his family and friends generously donated funds in his memory, they requested that something truly special be done to commemorate his love of books and the Library.
 
There are two beautiful chairs and a table, as well as a plaque in his honor. Take some time to sit down and enjoy a magazine, newspaper, or book in this area. David and his family would love to know how much delight our patrons get from being in our building, just like he did.