New! You can now use your Andover library card to enjoy games and puzzles from the New York Times, including the iconic Crossword. Visit https://mhl.org/nyt-games to get started!
This crossword features some magazines that have been around for decades. MHL has print subscriptions to all of them,* but you can also read recent issues online by visiting https://mvlc.overdrive.com/library/magazines or by using the...Read more
December's Book of the Month pick is 84, Charing Cross Road by Helene Hanff, a charming collection of letters spanning 20 years between an author in New York City and a London bookseller. A perfect read with a cup of tea on a chilly winter day....Read more
With this month's Sudoku we'd like to share something we think is oddly interesting: Sudoku is played with the numbers 1 through 9. Almost half of these (2, 3, 5 and 7) are prime numbers, but only one of them (2) is even. Indeed, 2 is the only prime number that is even—all the others...Read more
H Is for Hawk by Helen MacDonald has has appeared on more than 25 best book of the year lists including NPR, The Washington Post, and The New York Times. Called "... a soaring wonder of a book" by The Boston Globe, it is our pick for November's Book of the...Read more
Just like the Literary Feast crossword we put out last year, this month's puzzle features the names of famous authors. If you have ever wondered who else writes like a favorite author of yours, check out the "Read-alikes"...Read more
We hope you enjoy this month's Sudoku. You are seeing it online, but we also print hard copies of our puzzles here at the library for anyone to pick up. Which compels us to share another...Read more
The Other Black Girl by Zakiya Dalila Harris has been named a Best Book of the Year by Time, The...Read more
If you find the theme of this month's puzzle appetizing, be sure to check out some of our books on Halloween treats! To get even more in the Halloween mood,...Read more
We hope you enjoy this month's Sudoku. Like all Sudoku puzzles, it uses the numbers 1 through 9 but not 0. To redress this, we present a joke that involves the number zero:
I have been reading this book about zero gravity. I can’t seem to put it down.
The Sweetness of Water by Nathan Harris has been called A Best Book of the Year by NPR, Washington Post, The New York Times and the Boston Globe. Set during the waning days of the Civil War, this historical fiction novel is both a poignant and gripping read....Read more