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One Book, One Watertown... and you!

We need your help!   As you know, each year we select a book for the entire Watertown community to read together.  We encourage everyone from high school students (and sometimes even

Calling Me Home by Julie Kibler

Calling Me Home by Julie Kibler is an impressive, moving debut novel about an unlikely friendship and the life stories shared during a cross-country drive to a funeral.   The two

Reading Larger Print on the Screen and Otherwise

Some of us might want to increase the font size of the text on a computer screen.   If so, there are a few ways of ways of doing it.

Remembering the Presidents

The acclaimed film, “Lincoln” directed by Steven Spielberg, based partly on Team of Rivals by Doris Kearns Goodwin, and the upcoming President’s Day holiday may whet your appetite for learning more

The Aviator's Wife

Anne Lindbergh, daughter of Charles and Anne Morrow, was my English teacher for four years.

We just want to be your everything.

There are so many people who visit the Children's Room at the library, but never come upstairs to the Adult Department.   We have patrons who come in every day to use the computers, but n

An apple red as blood...

A poisoned apple, the needle of a spinning wheel, a trail of bread crumbs …

It (sort of) Happened Here

A year or so ago, we had a display of non-fiction books that were about Massachusetts titled: “It happened here.” This display was a great success, so we decided to do a play on that theme this mon

Nostalgic for Watertown?

Patrons sometimes visit the Watertown Public Library to look up a local article or fondly-remembered sports event that was published years ago in a local Watertown newspaper.  Although newspap

New Year's Resolutions

I’m not a believer in New Year’s resolutions, admittedly because I’ve never accomplished one in my life.

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