Join Miss Rachel Mondays at 5:30 on Facebook Live for an All Ages Storytime. We'll sing songs, learn rhymes, and read stories together. Join live or watch later; the videos will be available for a month after posting.
Let us welcome you to the book group. Please check the library's website, stonehamlibrary.org for the zoom link. The Reference Department is available by phone or email to help with questions regarding either zoom or borrowing ebooks from our Hoopla service. We look forward to your inquiries.
Join Miss Rachel Wednesdays at 10:30 am on Facebook Live for an All Ages Storytime. We'll sing songs, learn rhymes, and read stories together. Join live or watch later; the videos will be available for a month after posting.
Join certified Scaredy Cat Miss Rachel and Mr. Taber, Stoneham Middle librarian, to read and talk about books in the spooky section of the stacks. This is a book club for 5th-8th grade. January's title is "The Nest" by Kenneth Oppel and you can download the audiobook on hoopla or request the book from the library. We'll meet on Google Meet on Wednesday, January 27th at 6 pm. Email email@example.com for the link to join.
On Thursdays at 3 pm, grab your legos and log in to GoToMeeting to chat with your friends, try out the weekly prompt, and have some fun! All are welcome. The prompt will also be posted on our facebook and instagram. Need legos? Let Miss Rachel know! Email firstname.lastname@example.org for the link to join.
Join Miss Rachel for some Friday Fun at noon on Facebook Live. She'll share some songs, puppets, felt stories, pretty much everything but the kitchen sink (although we wouldn't be surprised!) The videos will be available to view on our Facebook.
The library's Mystery Book Group invites new members. Please consider joining us for our upcoming discussion of Natalie Barelli's suspense novel, The Housekeeper. The book has been described as a "twisted psychological thriller". "Claire's a liar. She's a stalker. She's in your house."
Please check the library's website for the meeting link. The Reference Department is available by phone or email to assist with virtual meeting access or using the library's Hoopla service for ebooks. We alway welcome your inquiries.