Although we're seeing longer days, February can still be cold and snowy--the perfect time to curl up with a puzzle or a book! Or a book-themed puzzle! Once you're done puzzling, you can search Overdrive or...Read more
The American Library Association has announced the 2022 Youth Media Awards. These awards celebrate the top books and media for children and young...Read more
Looking for an artistic way to unwind? You might be interested in the art of Zentangle/tangle drawing/Zen doodling. You can learn more at MHL's Zen Doodling Over Zoom session on January 26th. But if you can't make the Zoom...Read more
MHL will be closed on Monday, January 17th in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. If you're able, a great way to honor the memory of Dr. King would be to participate in the APS Day of Service (created by Andover Public schools but...Read more
We hope you enjoy this month's Sudoku! If you prefer paper copies, we have them printed near the reference desk, by our circulating jigsaw puzzle collection. You can also enjoy our previous puzzles at mhl.org/puzzles. If you're a fan of crosswords...Read more
Looking for something new to read this year? Why not try one of these books for teens and adults that are inspired by classic works of literature?
Did you know that January is National Soup Month? It makes sense to us--when the weather outside is cold, what's better than sitting down to a nice hot bowl of soup? Here are some cookbooks to help you enjoy National...Read more
Betty White (1922-2021) is, first and foremost, remembered as and actor and comedian; however, she also wrote several memoirs and was an animal advocate. Learn more about her life and work and enjoy some of the shows and films she starred in with the following books and DVDs.