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The Social Side of Reading

Did you know that October is considered National Reading Group Month? It’s true! Librarians at the Attleboro Public Library recently found this out, only hours after promoting its slate of monthly book clubs. We are proud to offer opportunities for our community to discuss the ideas inspired by their reading. Our schedule includes groups for children, […]

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Hispanic Heritage Month at the Attleboro Library

September 15 – October 15 is National Hispanic Heritage Month, a time to celebrate the customs and contributions from those hailing from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean and Central and South America. Librarians in Attleboro are showcasing the works of Hispanic writers, poets, actors, athletes, musicians, politicians and more. Materials for adults, teens and children are […]

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Book discussion

Next “Fiction Reflects Life” book The Attleboro Public Library will host an evening book discussion program at 7 p.m., Thursday, Aug. 8, in the trustee room led by Christine LeFort, reader services coordinator and fiction buyer for the library. This is the next book in the second series of the “Fiction Reflects Life” book discussions dealing with relevant topics. The chosen book will be […]

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Bestsellers

Looking for the latest bestsellers?

Did you know the Attleboro Public Library has a special collection of popular fiction titles by bestselling authors? These books are shelved in the second floor marble lobby. They check out for two weeks, and cannot be reserved. That means that even if you are on the waiting list for a popular book, you may […]

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