What’s happening at the Stoneham Library

The Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners and the Stoneham Public Library are challenging residents of the community to read at least four books this summer and share their experience with others! Join the conversation and tell us…

#Whats Your Four

Post the titles and authors of your four books to the Stoneham Public Library’s Facebook page, along with a picture of yourself reading if you would like!

OR

Write the names of the four books you read on a slip of paper provided by the Library.

**Remember to use the hashtag #WhatsYourFour and tag a friend and ask them to share their four!**

Look for a final tally at the end of the summer and see what four books were the most popular!

 

Summer reading registration starts Monday June 12th

Check the calendar for the summer reading club events Summer Reading events

  Check out our new Newsletter

Try our new Homework Help Databases

 The Stoneham High School Yearbooks are now available online.

The Library has a list of Recycling Resources. Click here.

 

The Massachusetts Statewide databases provide magazines, journals, newspapers, and encyclopedia for all ages.  There is access to thousands of popular magazines, scholarly journals, newspapers (including New York Times 1985+ and Boston Globe 1980+), Encyclopaedia Britannica, biographies, health and prescription drug information, US and World History, newswires, business directories, investment reports, K-12 resources and electronic reference books.  Please try these great Databases!

The Stoneham Substance Abuse Coalition is addressing a growing problem in our society. The library has put together a collection of resources on the subject to address this issue. Click here for the list of Substance Abuse Resources.

Recycling Resources

Compost City : Practical Composting Know How For Small Space Living Louie, RebeccaPacked with research, expert testimonies, and a healthy dose of humor, 'Compost City' gives us essential strategies on composting in small, shared, diversely crowded spaces. Composting Flowerdew, BobProvides advice on organic-gardening techniques that make use of homemade compost, and explains how to locate, build, and stock a compost bin. Decarbonising Cities : [read more]

Overdrive help for downloading e-books

Help downloading books to Kindle Help downloading  books to iPad, iPhone, and iPhone Touch Help downloading books to android [read more]

Newsletter

Check out the current newsletter Newsletter A list of archived newsletters. June 2017 May April February/March July June August September/October November [read more]

Consumer Reports

Consumer ReportsLooking to make a big purchase?  Research before you buy at Consumer Reports [read more]

Commons at Weiss Farm

Commons at Weiss Farm A copy of the  Comprehensive Permit Application on The Commons at Weiss Farm is now available to be studied at the Stoneham Public Library.  Please ask for this item at the Reference [read more]

Discover Wowbrary

Discover Wowbrary Wowbrary is the latest addition to the services offered by the Stoneham Public Library.  Subscribe to Wowbrary and you will receive a weekly newsletter announcing the newest items added to our collection.  Discover the newest books, dvds, cds and and place holds immediately. Click here to subscribe. [read more]

Book Discussion Group

Book Discussion Group Monday March 27th, 7PM The next book is The Lowland by Jhumpa Lahiri. This discussion group is open to all. For more information contact Maureen Saltzman saltzman@noblenet.org 781-438-1324 x2823. The book discussion group meets on the last Monday of the [read more]

Mystery Book Discussion Group

Mystery Book Discussion GroupJuly 6th, 7 PM Join us as we discuss the suspense novel,The Trespasser by bestselling author Tana French.  We look forward to welcoming new members.  This event is free and open to the public. Contact Maureen Saltzman at 781-438-1324 x23 or [read more]

 

 

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