Attleboro is joining the Indie Author Day movement on Saturday, October 8th. At 1 pm, Rusty D’Arconte, former publisher of The Sun Chronicle, will be facilitating a panel discussion of local published authors. The writers will speak about their craft, how they got started, how to get published, and are willing to answer questions from the audience. […]
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Each year, hundreds of items get added to the collections in the Childrens Room of the Attleboro Public Library – DVDs, audiobooks, magazines, video games, music and of course, BOOKS! Staff look at hundreds of book reviews, searching out the best of the best for our patrons. We know that not everyone has the time to go […]
Each September, the staff of the Attleboro Public Library uses resources from the American Library Association to help get the word out about Library Card Sign-Up Month. As we start to see swimming pools closing up and school buses on the road, it’s time to get the most important school supply of all , a […]
“To get back up to the shining world from there My guide and I went into that hidden tunnel, And Following its path, we took no care To rest, but climbed: he first, then I-so far, through a round aperture I saw appear Some of the beautiful things that Heaven bears, Where we came forth, and […]
Back to school means brushing up on the latest tech tools for many of our adult students. Take the time to familiarize yourself with the free tools the library offers. Let’s start with the library catalog. Are you researching a project? Create a handy list of titles by using the “Book Tools” button found on […]