Dear Library supporter and friend,
In accordance with official recommendations concerning libraries and cultural institutions, the American Library in Paris is closed until further notice.
All our online resources remain available to members, and we encourage you to take advantage of the virtual American Library during this challenging time. Reliable information, evidence-based news sources, and life-affirming literature are more important than ever. Our resources and staff are here for you.
There are many ways you can use the Library and stay in touch with us:
As a reminder, members have digital access to the New York Times, over 2,000 full-text sources through EBSCO, current e-magazines through RBdigital, and popular e-books through OverDrive. Don’t hesitate to get in touch with questions on how to access these resources: email@example.com.
Book loan periods will be extended until the Library reopens, and fines accrued during the closure will be excused. Please hold onto your books until we reopen. Do not try to drop them off at the Library or mail them back. However, if you have left the city indefinitely, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org so we can make arrangements for extended borrowing and returns.
Audrey Chapuis, Director