June highlights a variety of library collections

A new month means great new displays around the Attleboro Public Library. Please accept our invitation to tour all three floors of the library building. You’ll find books, magazines, videos and more, on a wide variety of subjects for readers of all ages.

On the first floor, the ease and entertainment of audio books is celebrated with a display next to the circulation desk. Check out how to access downloadable audio books from OverDrive and Tumble Books or take home CD audio books. Fiction and non-fiction titles are available for kids and adults.

When planning any road trip, be sure to plan a trip into the library to browse our collection of local and regional travel guides. We have guides for birding, hiking, camping, road trips, trips with kids, and romantic get-aways.

Two displays in the second floor Marble Lobby highlight the Attleboro Public Library Pass Program: discount admission to local museums and attractions, sponsored by the Friends of Attleboro Public Library. Every year the Friends of APL sponsor a library pass program for discount admission to local attraction, including the Pawtucket Red Sox at McCoy Stadium, The Boston Science Museum and The Heritage Museum & Gardens on the Cape.

The second floor display, outside of the quiet study rooms, is host to titles relating to GLBT authors and subjects in celebration of Pride month. Books that are included are both fiction and non-fiction and have been pulled from adult and teen collections. The display also offers information on local Pride festivals and organizations.

Frank Lloyd WrightYou can satisfy your innate curiosity by venturing up to our display on the 3rd floor celebrating Frank Lloyd Wright’s birthday and Architect’s Day, June 8th. Learn all about this architect’s life, his iconic structures and maybe even discover your inner architect by checking out these great books. Did you know Frank Lloyd Wright designed more than 1,000 structures and currently there are 532 of his structures completed today? Or did you know that he briefly lived in Weymouth, Massachusetts when he was a small child? Would you like to know more about Frank Lloyd Wright, architecture behind-the-scenes, or look at some beautifully designed buildings? Than a trip to the third floor is for you!