What’s New

Jerry Pallotta Author Visit

April 24, 2012

Join us on Wed. 5/9 @ 6pm as local children’s author, Jerry Pallotta, visits the library!  Mr. Pallotta is the author of Going Lobstering, one of our community reads books.  Mr. Pallotta began writing books in 1986 and self-published his first book, Ocean Alphabet.  He has written a series of nonfiction alphabet titles, including Icky […]

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Summer Reading Fun!

April 10, 2012

Summer Reading Kick – Off Wednesday July 1!st!  Stay tuned for more information on a whole bucket load of fun summer programs for the whole family!

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Library Recieves IMLS/LSTA Grant

February 28, 2012

The Langley-Adams Library, in Groveland Massachusetts is proud to announce that they have won an important grant from the Federal Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) through the Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA) administered by the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners. The Library received a $7,350 federal IMLS/LSTA grant “On the Same Page” […]

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Do you check out extra books to guarantee that you will find a book that you will like? Read More…

October 11, 2011

Now Overdrive Downloadable Audios &  e-Books has added thousands of in-copyright audios e-Book records with free “e-Book samples” for immediate access on listening/reading devices and platforms.  You can download stories on your computer or  mobile device and decide if they are right for you.  This will reduce the number of holds and wait  lists.   Take […]

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Readers’ Advisory for Children

October 5, 2011

Looking for a great book that will get your kids excited about reading?  It can often be difficult to find the right book for your child.  Check out some of the sites below for great lists that will help you as you select books for your child: – www.the-best-childrens-books.org – www.abookandahug.com – www.readkiddoread.com – www.guysread.com

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Banned Book Week Begins Sept. 24

September 21, 2011

Imagine waking up one morning and being told that you can no longer go outside. How would you feel, what would you do?  Now imagine being told that you can no longer read the books you want to read. This analogy may sound extreme, but I don’t really think they are. Going outside gives a […]

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Bring a Library Program Home

August 12, 2011

We now have adult programs available on DVD for check out. Meet author and radio host of NPR, Bill Littlefield, or learn the History of the Baker Chocolate Company with author Anthony Sammarco. Take a summer vacation to the Amazon Basin with Professor Ken Thomas.  We have several other great programs to choose from call […]

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Pentucket High School Databases

June 22, 2011

Check out the link below for a list of helpful databases on the Pentucket High School Library’s webpage: http://pths.schoolloop.com/Librarydatabases

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2011 Summer Reading Incentive Programs

June 14, 2011

Online registration begins Mon. 6/20 for our Summer Reading Incentive programs for children, teens, and adults.  To register go to www.langleyadamslib.org and click on the name of your program.  Children and adults will need their library card numbers and pin numbers (last 4 digits of phone number) to register.  Teens will need to create their own […]

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Art Exhibit through June 17

May 25, 2011

The Langley-Adams Library is featuring artwork created by Marcia Brown, Eleanor Cook, Lin Culmone, Joanna Donnely, Marylou O’Keefe, Mim Raymond, Alice Whetsel and Mary Wilkie.  The artists are students of the COA Monday afternoon art class.  Come and enjoy the individual pieces of artwork, as well as, a group composite drawing of Georgia O’Keefe’s, Two Calla […]

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