A Study in Scarlet Women is a retelling of the Sherlock Holmes classic, A Study in Scarlet, with one big difference- “Sherlock” is actually Charlotte. All Charlotte Holmes has ever wanted was control of her own life and a say in her future. But it is roughly 1980 in London, England and even that is […]
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Are you thinking about, or in the market to buy a new home? If so, stop by the library on Thursday, May 18th at 6:30pm to hear from the experts! APL and the Attleboro Area Bar Association will once again be collaborating to bring you the program Ask A Lawyer: Home Buyer Seminar. We know that buying a home […]
May 4th might be a normal day for most patrons, but for some in our galaxy, it holds a significant second meaning…Star Wars fans know this day as Star Wars Day, as a pun to the Jedi salutation “May the Force Be with You.” You don’t have to be a Jedi Master to celebrate this […]
Have you heard of our Bestsellers collection? It is a small collection, located on the second floor of the library, made up of books that are found on lists like the New York Times Bestsellers and Library Reads– a selection of titles that librarians across the nation have read and voted on as their favorite new […]
Volunteering at the Attleboro Public Library takes many forms. We have children that help promote the Summer Reading Program by marching in the Memorial Day Parade. We have teens that assist with programs and write book reviews. We have adults working in all departments, covering and labeling books, repairing broken items, shelving and organizing. The […]