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
Don’t be deceived by the brevity of Sigrid Nunez’s new novel, What Are You Going Through. Like its National Book Award-winning predecessor, The Friend, this exquisite portrait of female friendship, [...]
The voice of North African novelist Meryem Alaoui is a welcome one. Her debut, Straight From the Horse’s Mouth, is a powerful character study of a lively young sex worker [...]
Deborah Tannen, professor of linguistics at Georgetown University, is an expert on how we use words to both reveal and hide ourselves from the people who mean the most to [...]
Few novelists make an impression as quickly and effectively as Micah Nemerever does in his stirring debut, an explosively erotic and erudite thriller. Read More [...]
An interplanetary bureaucracy faces a moral dilemma in Erin K. Wagner’s An Unnatural Life, a novella that prioritizes thoughtful questions over dramatic plot points. An Unnatural Life focuses on answering exactly one [...]
Aida Salazar’s second novel in verse is a moving portrait of a family longing for freedom and fighting to be free. It's an emotional, necessary story that doesn’t shy away [...]