Monthly Archives: March 2012

New Book : The Lifeboat

Recently I attended the Public Library Association Conference in Philadelphia with a couple of my co-workers (thank you, library trustees!) One of the sessions I attended was a panel of a few of this spring’s debut authors, and I was … Continue reading

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Adult Reads for Fans of “The Hunger Games”

Are you dying to read “The Hunger Games” after seeing the movie or have you been trying to wait as patiently as possible for a hold you placed on one of our many copies?  Maybe you have read the book, … Continue reading

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Game night is tomorrow!

Don’t forget about game night – it’s tomorrow evening starting at 6pm in the Community Room. We had a great turnout for our inaugural event last month, and I’m hoping there will be an even larger crowd this time. The … Continue reading

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NSYA Book Group – copies of Delirium are here!

If you haven’t made it to our Not-So-Young Adult book group yet, you won’t want to miss the next one! We’re reading Delirium by Lauren Oliver. I’ve heard rave reviews from everyone who’s read this and I’m so excited to … Continue reading

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NSYA Book Group on Monday!

I hope you’ve all been enjoying I’ll Be There by Holly Goldberg Sloan. I can’t wait to discuss it on Monday! We’ll be meeting at the Starbucks in Arlington Center at 7pm. For your convenience, I’ve already ordered and received … Continue reading

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Text message alerts now an option!

Wouldn’t it be great if you could receive a text message letting you know that an item you ordered from another library has now arrived? Or, wouldn’t it be great to get a text just to let you know that … Continue reading

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PLAY BALL!

Baseball season is almost upon us.  Wakefield and Varitek have said their tearful goodbyes; semi-apologies have been offered for last year’s inexcusable Red Sox collapse; Valentine is making his mark on spring training.  And surprise of surprises, Manny is back … Continue reading

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