Hello friends! The Children's Librarians have rounded up some fun things to do to help you get through this challenging time. Explore the links below for some of our events, programs and resources.
We miss you, and hope to see you at the library soon! ~Katrina, Carly & Lindsay
Summer Reading Photo Submissions
We need your help to make this years Summer Reading video! This year's theme is Tails & Tales and we will be celebrating the animal kingdom and stories that feature our favorite furry, feathered, and scaly friends!
Use this form to send us a photo of your pet or a favorite stuffed animal and we will use it in a video that will be shared with the local elementary schools and on the Library's webpage and social media pages!
Surprise Book Bags
Want some new books to read, but not sure where to start? Let the librarians choose some for you!
Give us a call, email or fill out this form, and we will gather 10 surprise items, wrap them up and have them ready for curbside pickup, complete with stickers, bookmark and a bow!
Kits Available by Request
Request Brain Building Backpacks and Discovery Kits using our brand new Request Form. We will email you when your item(s) is(are) available and you can register for curbside pickup.
Virtual Storytimes, Resources & Fun Stuff
Northborough Library YouTube Channel: Missing storytime? We've created a couple of Music Mashup playlists, including familiar renditions of Zoom, Zoom, Zoom and The Elevator Song. Mother Goose on the Loose, Just 4s & 5s and Toddler Time live session are also archived here.
Not finding what you need on Libby or Overdrive? Sign up for a Boston eCard! It's available to all MA residents for free. Get access to an enormous amount of eBooks and other eResources through the BPL. You can access Hoopla and RBDigital as other sources for music, video, magainzes, eAudio and eBooks.
Our 1,000 Books Before Kindergarten program is still going strong. Do you have an infant, toddler or preschooler? Visit our page for more information about our program, and to register using Beanstack, new software that makes tracking books simple.