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Welcome to the Fletcher Free Library Store!

The items described below are available for purchase either at the Circulation Desk in the Library, or by ordering from Robert Resnik via email: mailto: rresnik@vpr.net
An additional $1 charge for postage and handling will be added to the prices listed below for items ordered via email, unless noted otherwise.  If you have any questions about items for sale, you may call Robert at 802-865-7222.

Come to the Circulation Desk to see other neat items and current event postings!

All proceeds from the items below go to fund books, materials and special Library programs.  The Fletcher Free Library is a non-profit organization.


NEW!! 

The Sounds of the Library

Robert Resnik has brought smiles to hundreds of faces every week at the Fletcher Free in sing-along programs.

Four recordings of sing-along songs have been produced, so you can re-live these sing-alongs at home!  The latest one has just been released on CD!  Ooples and Banoonoos.  It features an all-Fletcher Free Library roster of musicians: Megan Estey Butterfield, Emer Pond Feeney and Robert Jay Resnik.

The first three recordings feature Robert with Carol Scrimgeour and Gigi Weisman: Sweet Potatoes and Home Grown Tomatoes, A Little Bit Jumbled and Jivey and Like the Birdies Sing.

CDs are $15, and cassette tapes (of  A Little Bit Jumbled and Jivey and Like the Birdies Sing) are $10.  POSTAGE INCLUDED!  If you have questions or would like to order, click here and send a message to Robert Resnik himself! (mailto:rresnik@vpr.net)

Proceeds from sales of these items go to special programs for children and adults.

Click on the
CD covers to
view song lists.


The Fletcher Free Library Bookbag

Perfect for carrying all of those library books home!  The bag is made of heavy, off-white and forest green canvas and sells for $12.

Proceeds from sales of this item go to the library's Book Fund.


Burlington Community Panoramic Portrait Poster

As part of Burlington's celebration of the Vermont Bicentennial, a panoramic portrait photograph of its citizenry was made by photographer Fred G. Hill in October of 1991.  The photo Fred took emulates one made on Bastille Day, 14 July 1918, by longtime Burlington photographer Louis L. McAllister.

A 25"x40" poster of the two photos can be purchased for $25.

Proceeds from sales of this item go to the library's Book Fund.


The Fletcher Free Library is a non-profit organization.  Donations to support book acquisitions and programs are always appreciated!  If you are interested in donating to the Fletcher Free Library, please contact Rubi Simon at 865-7214.

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