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ALA's Youth Media awards 2021

"The Oscars of the Kid-lit World"

It's been a very exciting day for literature of children and teens - today is the announcement of the American Library Association's Youth Media Awards! The "American Library Association's Youth Media Awards" is sort of a mouthful but it's a catchall title for all of the wonderful book awards...

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Snowflakes

Take it make it: Rolled Snow Man Mitten

We are continuing our snow theme this week with a Rolled Snowman Mitten Craft. Pick up your kit, or schedule a pick up by calling The Children's Room at 978-623-8440 or emailing...

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Snowman

Cuddle and Craft: The snowman's wish

Here's an idea for some family literacy time...Cuddle and Craft!  This week read a story about snow globes such as The Snowman's Wish or...

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Everything i need to know i learned from a children's book

Book Bundles for kids

Let our Children's Librarians help pick books for you to read!  Our book request form is located here and we can put together a bundle of books for you by topics, themes, genres, whatever you'd like!  We already have some pre-made kits but...

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Read Together: Happy New Year!

The Children's room librarians are excited for a New Year and new books to read!  Ms Beth is recommending a New Year's story which shares the Haitian new year's tradtiion of making and eating freedom soup to celebrate freedom from slavery  Pick up the book...

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Announcing a new service for tweens and teens!

The Teen Room would like to announce a new service for tween and teen readers in grades 6 through 12: Teen Book Bags! Because of COVID safety precautions, we have limited capacity for visiting and browsing our collections so we wanted to come up with a fun way to get awesome books to readers....

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Winter wish tree

Read Together: Wish Tree

This new program is a chance to share some stories as a family then make something with an idea provided by our librarians.  Read Together is for families with all ages as we will suggest a couple of books for different reading levels.  Or, parents can choose to read the books aloud to kids. ...

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Miss Kim

Bonne Chance Miss Kim!

Memorial Hall Library will soon be saying au revoir to Children’s Librarian Miss Kim! After twelve and a half wonderful years with us, she will be moving on to work for her family’s business. Please know Miss Kim will sorely miss all of the dear “chickadees” who attended her story times, both in...

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Goofy Craft; Silly Goose

Goofy Crafts: Silly Goose

Join Miss Amy for this week's Goofy Craft and make a Silly Goose using a paper plate, feathers, plastic spoon (preferably white or another color; not clear), tape and/or glue, markers, scissors. Optional: colored paper, googly eyes, decorative "bling". ...

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Listen! Imagine! Create! Thank You Sarah

Listen! Imagine! Create! Thank You Sarah

Listen to Thank You, Sarah by Laurie Halse Anderson. Make a thank you letter, or a letter of suggestion....

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