Archive | Children’s

What Does Dewey Do For You?

December 10th is Dewey Decimal System Day and the staff at the Attleboro Public Library couldn’t be more excited! Commemorating Melvil Dewey and the famous library organizational system he published in 1876, this little known “holiday” shines some light on how the library organizes its collection. Want to find a book on a certain subject? The […]

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Early Learning is Fun with our AWE Stations!

Have you and your child tried our awesome AWE stations? Thanks to funds provided by a grant from Bristol County Savings Bank, the Attleboro Library has AWE Early Literacy Stations™ (ELS) in the Children’s Room. The AWE Stations are designed specifically for our youngest patrons, ages 2-8, and feature over 4,000 educational games and activities. Interactive […]

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Have you heard about Tumblebooks?

Tumblebooks is an online reading opportunity for kids that includes animated talking picture books, chapter books, videos, non-fiction titles, playlists, books in languages other than English such as French and Spanish, graphic novels and math stories. Our TumblePremium collection has nearly 1000 titles with content most appropriate for those in grades K-6! Your Attleboro Public Library card gives you access to this […]

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