The APL Celebrates Diversity

The world in which we live is a diverse one, filled with people from many cultures and backgrounds, and the Attleboro Public Library’s collections and displays seek to reflect and celebrate that variety. Throughout the year, the APL strives to highlight collections which reveal the variety of patrons in the Attleboro area, and the world. […]

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Summer Learning Made Easy, Fun and FREE

July 14th is National Summer Learning Day! According to research done by the National Summer Learning Association, every summer, low-income youth lose two to three month in reading while higher-income youth make slight gains. Most youth lose about two month of math skills in the summer. These losses add up, leaving low-income youth behind by […]

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We’re Starting A Play Dough Club!

Is making a mess with play dough the ONLY thing that makes it so fun and popular with children? What is it really good for?  It turns out that there are many benefits and learning opportunities that come from playing with this classic toy. Explore the benefits of play dough in our NEW monthly Play Dough Club. […]

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