Starting Tuesday, Sept. 8, the library will return to their regular hours for Curbside Pickup and Book Drop.  The hours are:

Mondays & Thursdays: 1-8
Tuesdays & Wednesdays: 10-6
Fridays: 10-5
Saturdays: 10-2

If there is a book, movie, magazine, or game that you would like, you can place items on hold, and they will be sent to us in the Delivery, or if the item is in Plumb Library, you can call us at 508-763-8600 or email You will be notified by SMS, email, or phone call.  The Book Drop will be closed at night, and from 2:00 PM on Saturday  – 1:00 PM on Monday.  Please be aware that items returned in the Book Drop are quarantined for three days before being checked in. There are no overdue fines on items.

Book Reviews courtesy of
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Part suspense tale, part Joy Luck Club and part Sophie’s Choice, The Devil of Nanking is a lyrical novel in which secrets foreshadow the undoing of their bearers, and exposure of the secrets offers redemption. [...]
Tools of Engagement is the third and final book in Tessa Bailey’s contemporary Hot & Hammered series, and it’s every bit as fun and sexy as her readers have come [...]
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It is my sincere hope that millennials will read Can’t Even: How Millennials Became the Burnout Generation, Anne Helen Petersen’s new book about the professional zeitgeist—that is, if they’re not [...]