Archive | Children’s

2015 Summer Reading Program is Coming!

The Attleboro Public Library is getting ready to launch its annual summer reading program.  This year’s festivities include programs and activities for ages 3 years-adult!  As part of  the Collaborative Summer Library Program (CSLP), the APL shares the same summer reading themes, artwork, and incentives with 48 other states.  The 2015 theme encourages readers to celebrate […]

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Home Learning Resources Collection

Children don’t come with an instruction manual. That’s why we’ve assembled this collection of books on parenting issues from pregnancy, birth and breastfeeding right up through adolescent rebellion. We also have books for home schoolers, pre-school teachers, day-care providers and anyone concerned with children!  Also part of this collection are picture books intended for children […]

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Get In the Game: Beisbol & the Dominican Republic – a bilingual family event

Spring is finally here and many New Englanders are out and about enjoying green grass and the great outdoors. After spending the late winter following spring training reports from Florida, and living vicariously through the players from tropical places, library staff have been inspired! We did what any inspired librarian would do…we researched! We visited CultureGrams […]

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Tail Waggin’ Tutors at the Attleboro Library

Children of all ages are invited to make an appointment to read to a certified therapy dog.  Reading to a non-judgmental, patient listener often gives children the encouragement they need to improve their reading skills.  The child’s confidence will grow in this relaxed environment. This program is held from 9:00-10:00 every other Saturday.  Appointments are […]

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