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National Library Week 2024

It's National Library Week! National Library Week is an annual celebration highlighting the valuable role libraries, librarians, and library workers play in transforming lives and strengthening our communities. We're so lucky in Andover and the greater Merrimack Valley to have patrons who are... Read more

April 2024 Book of the Month

Still Life by bestselling author Sarah Winman weaves a poignant tale of people united by love, war, and art, while immersing readers in the backdrop of Italy... Read more

Recycle Button Cell batteries at MHL

Bring your button cell batteries to the library for safe recycling

Button cell batteries are found in all kinds of things: key fobs, computers, hearing aids, watches, and children's toys, to name a few. Many of these contain mercury, which is toxic when inhaled or ingested. So...

Don't throw button cell batteries in the trash.... Read more

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Climate Fiction

Climate Fiction a.k.a. Green Reads

Do you enjoy speculative fiction, science fiction, and/or books that transport you to other times and/or places? If so then consider adding some Climate Fiction (a.k.a. Cli-Fi) to your reading lists to... Read more

April 2024 Mid-Month Sudoku

We can't think of anything to write for this month's sudoku so we'll just share a dumb joke:

You: Did you hear NASA is sending a manned spaceship to the sun?
Your audience: ???
You: It's okay, they're going do it at night.

We hope you enjoy this month's Sudoku!... Read more

2023 Arab American Book Awards

April is National Arab American Heritage Month. If you're looking for something good to read this month, check out last year's winners of the... Read more

April 2024 Puzzle: 50th Anniversary of Stephen King's "Carrie"

Carrie, Stephen King's first novel, was first published on April 5, 1974. It launched Stephen King's career as an author, with... Read more

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