Location: Boston, MA, United States

Little Libraries

There are 11 "Little Libraries" within 25 miles.

Local venues

5 Post Office Square, Suite 100, Boston, MA 02109
Lobby #101, 15 Court Square, Boston, MA 02108
Commonwealth Books (0.1 miles)
9 Spring Ln., Boston, MA 02109
2 Milk Street, Boston, MA 02109
73 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02138
Social Law Library (0.2 miles)
One Pemberton Square, 4th Floor, Boston, MA 02108
10½ Beacon Street, Boston, MA 02108
120 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02138
14 Beacon Street, 2nd Floor, Boston, MA 02108
24 Beacon St, Boston, MA 02133
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25 Parmenter Street, Boston, MA 02113
Brattle Book Shop (0.4 miles)
9 West Street, Boston, Massachusetts 02111
UUA Bookstore (0.4 miles)
25 Beacon St, Boston, MA 02108
Dewey Square, Boston, MA 02111
151 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02114
98 North Washington St., Suite 401, Boston, MA 02214
LibraryThing is collection-aware
2 South Station, Boston, MA 02110
Calamus Bookstore (0.5 miles)
92B South Street, Boston, MA 02111
144 Lincoln Street, Boston, Massachusetts 02111
80 Boylston St, Boston, MA 02116
120 Boylston Street, Boston, MA 02116
64 Beacon Street, Boston, MA 02108
145 Harrison Ave, Boston, MA 02111
10 Park Plaza, Boston, MA 02116
243 Charles Street, Boston, MA 02114

Local events

Grown Up Book Club - The Good Girl
Storybook Cove, Saturday, April 25 at 3:30pm
Join us on Saturday, April 25 at 3:30 pm to discuss the novel, The Good Girl. Please RSVP TO jbcove@bibeau.us if you plan to join us. No fee. 20% off purchase price of book.

Location: Street: Storybook Cove Event Room Additional: Hanover Mall - 1775 Washington St. City: Hanover, Province: Massachusetts Postal Code: 02339-1655 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
Jessica Herthel, I Am Jazz
Porter Square Books, Saturday, April 25 at 4pm
"All young people — regardless of difference — deserve the things Jazz shares in her lovely book: a loving family, supportive friends, and the freedom to be their true selves. A beautifully illustrated and accessible primer on one trans girl's journey of living her truth." — Janet Mock, New York Times bestselling author of Redefining Realness

"A terrific and timely book that explains to kids what it means to be transgender and — more importantly — that reminds kids our similarities are much more important than our differences." — Jodi Picoult, New York Times bestselling author of The Storyteller and Between the Lines

The story of a transgender child based on the real-life experience of Jazz Jennings, who has become a spokesperson for transkids everywhere.

From the time she was two years old, Jazz knew that she had a girl's brain in a boy's body. She loved pink and dressing up as a mermaid and didn't feel like herself in boys' clothing. This confused her family, until they took her to a doctor who said that Jazz was transgender and that she was born that way. Jazz's story is based on her real-life experience and she tells it in a simple, clear way that will be appreciated by picture book readers, their parents, and teachers.

Jessica Herthel is the Director of the Stonewall National Education Project. A graduate of Harvard Law School, Jessica spent several years in private law practice before taking time off to raise her three daughters and travel abroad in the United Arab Emirates. Upon returning to Florida, Jessica began working on LGBTQ-inclusive projects with Broward County Public Schools' Office of Diversity, Cultural Outreach & Prevention. In that office Jessica oversaw the development of LGBTQ-inclusive curriculum and lesson plans for elementary, middle, and high school students; she was also the primary editor of Broward County's "LGBTQ Critical Support Guide" which is currently being implemented throughout the district. Jessica feels privileged to have worked with the indomitable Jazz on this book, and knows that Jazz's message of courage and self-worth will continue to inspire children and adults from around the world.

Location: Street: Porter Square Shopping Center Additional: 25 White Street City: Cambridge, Province: Massachusetts Postal Code: 02140 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
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One Book! Featured Author B.A. Shapiro
Ipswich Public Library, Sunday, April 26 at 3pm
Please join us for a special visit by the author of the main reading selection for this year's Ipswich Reads...One Book! Event.
B.A. Shapiro is the author of The Art Forger, a literary thriller about the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum heist that spans three centuries of forgers, art thieves, and obsessive collectors. Writing as Barbara Shapiro, she is also the author of five suspense novels The Safe Room, Blind Spot, See No Evil, Blameless and Shattered Echoes as well as the non-fiction book, The Big Squeeze. She lives in Boston and teaches creative writing at Northeastern University.
About The Art Forger:
In the early morning hours of March 18, 1990, two men dressed as police officers bound and gagged two guards at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston, Massachusetts, and stole thirteen works of art worth today over $500 million. Despite thousands of hours of police work and a $5 million reward, the artwork has never been recovered. Claire Roth, a struggling young artist, is about to discover that there's more to this crime than meets the eye.
Copies of the book are available at the library. (added from Eventkeeper)
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Michaela MacColl presents "The Revelations of Louisa May"
The Concord Bookshop, Sunday, April 26 at 3pm
Join us on Sunday, April 26th at 3pm for an author presentation by Michaela MacColl, with her new novel for Young Adults.

Louisa May Alcott can't believe it—her mother is leaving for the summer to earn money for the family and Louisa is to be in charge of the household.

How will she find the time to write her stories, much less have any adventures of her own?

But before long, Louisa finds herself juggling her temperamental father, a mysterious murder, a fugitive seeking refuge along the Underground Railroad, and blossoming love.

Intertwining fact, fiction, and quotes from Little Women, Michaela MacColl has crafted another spunky heroine whose story will keep readers turning pages until the very end.

Michaela MacColl studied multidisciplinary history at Vassar College and Yale University, which turns out to be the perfect degree for writing historical fiction. She lives with her husband and two daughters in Connecticut. (TooFondOfBooks)
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Wayland Poetry Workshop Annual Reading
Wayland Public Library, Sunday, April 26 at 3:30pm
The Wayland Public Library will be hosting an annual poetry reading April 26, 2015 at 2:30 p.m. The public is invited to attend. The library sponsors the Wayland Public Library Poetry Reading group. The reading will be held in the Raytheon Room, which is on the lower level.
Natick poet Francine Brown will read from her poetry, followed by readings from other members of the library poetry group. Poetry subjects include square dancing, nature, travel, relationships and humor. Following the program there will be refreshments. (added from Eventkeeper)… (more)
Mitali Perkins, Jamie Hogan
Newtonville Books, Sunday, April 26 at 4pm
Mitali Perkins
Jamie Hogan (added from Random House)
My Little Pony Absolute Discord Prerelease
Pandemonium Books and Games, Sunday, April 26 at 6:30pm
Come play with cards from the Absolute Discord set before they release! Sign up includes six packs of the upcoming set, plus a participation promo. You'll use the cards to build a deck to battle with! Prizes include addtional packs, promos, T-Shirt, and exclusive playmat, some of which will be given out to winners, some as door prizes. Everyone has a chance at additional loot!

Event begins promptly on April 26th at 6:30pm. Entry $25.

Location: Street: 4 Pleasant St Additional: City: Cambridge, Province: Massachusetts Postal Code: 02139 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
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Brown Bag Book Club
Flint Memorial Library, Monday, April 27 at 6:30pm
Brown Bag Book Club is for children in grades 3 and 4. We will be discussing Bunnicula by James Howe.  Children and parents please bring a "brown bag" dinner and we will provide drinks and dessert.  Registration is required.  (added from Eventkeeper)
American Girl Book Club: Cecile & Marie Grace
Ames Free Library Of Easton, Monday, April 27 at 7pm
At American Girl Book Club, we learn about history, we talk about positive and negative character traits, and we keep ourselves moving with a craft or game. We feature a different girl every month and it is great when participants read the book(s) or see the movie, but everyone is welcome to join!
In April we will discuss Cecile and Marie-Grace and their lives in 1850’s New Orleans. Cecile is from a well-to-do and highly regarded family and is outgoing and confident. Marie-Grace is practical, sensible, and shy, but is encouraged by her friend. (added from Eventkeeper)… (more)
Lori Goldstein, Becoming Jinn
Porter Square Books, Monday, April 27 at 7pm
Azra Nadira's Jinn ancestry means magic has always been inside her. But the rules don't allow her to begin drawing upon it until the day she turns sixteen. The day she receives the silver bangle that releases her powers and transforms her into a genie.

It doesn’t have to be tight like a handcuff to achieve the same effect.

Her destiny is now controlled by the powerful Afrit who rule over the Jinn world, and she must keep her true identity a secret from all but the fellow Jinn who make up her Zar sisterhood.

Though she grew up with these five Jinn "sisters," they’ve always wanted the one thing Azra never has: to become a Jinn. This fact separates Azra from them now more than ever. When she reconnects with Henry, the human boy across the street she used to play with as a child, she finds in him the best friend her Zar sisters are supposed to be.

The more she uses her powers, the less she feels like a Jinn. Maybe that’s because her focus begins to shift to Nate, the lifeguard with the underwear model exterior and sweet, shy interior.

Her attachments to Henry and Nate and the human world begin to further strain her ties to her Zar and the Jinn. With her attention divided, she skirts the rules, and her genie mistakes begin to mount, along with the consequences.

As Azra uncovers the darker world of Becoming Jinn, she realizes when genies and wishes are involved, there’s always a trick.

Lori Goldstein was born into an Italian-Irish family and raised in a small town on the New Jersey shore. She earned her bachelor’s degree in journalism from Lehigh University and worked as a writer, editor, and graphic designer before becoming a full-time author. She currently lives and writes outside of Boston.

Location: Street: Porter Square Shopping Center Additional: 25 White Street City: Cambridge, Province: Massachusetts Postal Code: 02140 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
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Fly Tying for Beginners with Author in Residence Randy Spencer
Ames Free Library Of Easton, Monday, April 27 at 7:30pm
Join Master Fishing Guide, Randy Spencer, who has come all the way from Maine to teach you the art of crafting the perfect fly. Your hand made flies will catch fish, save money and is a great family activity.
Free and open to all ages. (added from Eventkeeper)
Monday Night Book Club
Hamilton-Wenham Public Library, Monday, April 27 at 8:15pm
The Monday Night Bookclub, lead by Doris Gallant, meets to discuss Julia Glass' And The Dark Sacred Night. The group is closed to new members given the size of the current active membership. (added from Eventkeeper)
Weston Public Library, Tuesday, April 28 at 10:30am
Drop-In Storytime (Ages 3-5) - Mo Willems
Storybook Cove, Tuesday, April 28 at 10:30am
DROP-IN STORYTIME - MO WILLEMS Ages 3-5 Tuesday, April 28 10:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. Come listen to some MO WILLIAMSON'S stories and do a coloring activity. NO RESERVATIONS NEEDED

Location: Street: Storybook Cove Event Room Additional: Hanover Mall - 1775 Washington Street City: Hanover, Province: Massachusetts Postal Code: 02339 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)… (more)
Book Sale Collection Begins
Sharon Public Library, Tuesday, April 28 at 11am
FOL Book Sale Collection Day begins today. Bring your boxes of books to the Community Room.  (added from Eventkeeper)
Preschool Storytime
Somerville Public Library - West Branch, Tuesday, April 28 at 12pm
Please note: The West Branch Library is not wheelchair accessible. Individuals who need auxiliary aids for effective communication or any other reasonable accommodation are invited to make their needs known to the City's ADA Coordinator, Betsy Allen. She can be reached at 617-625-6600 x2323 or ballen@somervillema.gov. The City of Somerville's disability policy can be found on the City's Commision for Persons with Disabilities page. (added from Eventkeeper)… (more)
The Owl and the Pussycat Circle-Time
Hamilton-Wenham Public Library, Tuesday, April 28 at 12pm
"And hand in hand, On the edge of the sand, They danced by the light of the moon....."
Join Kim Claire, our Young Adult Librarian, and former Waldorf Kindergarten teacher, for a spring celebration featuring The Owl and The Pussycat, a nonsense poem by Edward Lear. A gifted storyteller, Kim will lead us through this fun poem and help us create a craft which will be used in a movement circle. Ideal for ages 3 and up, free and open to the public. (added from Eventkeeper)… (more)
Council on Aging Book Discussion - The Bully Pulpit by Doris Kearns Goodwin, pt.2
Ames Free Library Of Easton, Tuesday, April 28 at 2pm
Come join us for a discussion on this month's selected book,The Bully Pulpit: Theodore Roosevelt, William Howard Taft, and the Golden Age of Journalism by Doris Kearns Goodwin. This discussion is a continuations from our meeting on February 24th.
The gap between rich and poor has never been wider...legislative stalemate paralyzes the country...corporations resist federal regulations...spectacular mergers produce giant companies...the influence of money in politics deepens...bombs explode in crowded streets...small wars proliferate far from our shores...a dizzying array of inventions speeds the pace of daily life. These unnervingly familiar headlines serve as the backdrop for Doris Kearns Goodwin's highly anticipated The Bully Pulpit -a dynamic history of the first decade of the Progressive era, that tumultuous time when the nation was coming unseamed and reform was in the air. The story is told through the intense friendship of Theodore Roosevelt and William Howard Taft-a close relationship that strengthens both men before it ruptures in 1912, when they engage in a brutal fight for the presidential nomination that divides their wives, their children, and their closest friends, while crippling the progressive wing of the Republican Party, causing Democrat Woodrow Wilson to be elected, and changing the country's history. The Bully Pulpit is also the story of the muckraking press, which arouses the spirit of reform that helps Roosevelt push the government to shed its laissez-faire attitude toward robber barons, corrupt politicians, and corporate exploiters of our natural resources.
The Council on Aging Book Club meets on the 4th Tuesday of each month at 1:00 PM. Our Meetings take place at Frothingham Hall, 15 Barrows Street, N. Easton, MA. We welcome all new members! (added from Eventkeeper)
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The Molasses Flood Discussion for Kids!
Whitman Public Library, Tuesday, April 28 at 5pm
Join us as we discuss The Molasses Flood by Deborah Kops. This children's book coincides with our Whitman Reads Dark Tide. Read the book, discuss the flood and more! (added from Eventkeeper)
Michael Patrick MacDonald
Michael Patrick MacDonald (added from Random House)
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Brookline High School & Auditorium, Tuesday, April 28 at 6:30pm
Erika DeSimone and Fidel Louis, Voices Beyond Bondage
Porter Square Books, Tuesday, April 28 at 7pm
Slaves in chains, toiling on master’s plantation. Beatings, bloodied whips. This is what many of us envision when we think of 19th century African Americans; source materials penned by those who suffered in bondage validate this picture. Yet slavery was not the only identity of 19th-century African Americans. Whether they were freeborn, self-liberated, or born in the years after the Emancipation, African Americans had a rich cultural heritage all their own, a heritage largely subsumed in popular history and collective memory by the atrocity of slavery.

The early 19th century birthed the nation's first black-owned periodicals, the first media spaces to provide primary outlets for the empowerment of African American voices. For many, poetry became this empowerment. Almost every black-owned periodical featured an open call for poetry, and African Americans, both free and enslaved, responded by submitting droves of poems for publication. Yet until now, these poems -- and an entire literary movement -- have been lost to modern readers.

The poems in Voices Beyond Bondage address the horrific and the mundane, the humorous and the ordinary and the extraordinary. Authors wrote about slavery, but also about love, morality, politics, perseverance, nature, and God. These poems evidence authors who were passionate, dedicated, vocal, and above all resolute in a bravery which was both weapon and shield against a world of prejudice and inequity. These authors wrote to be heard; more than 150 years later it is at last time for us to listen.

Erika DeSimone earned her undergraduate degree from Westfield State University (Massachusetts), where she engaged with poetry and other creative writing projects. She later earned a Certificate of Editorial Study from New York University’s School of Professional Studies. She is currently an editorial assistant at the Modern Language Association, where she has worked for more than a decade.

Fidel Louis attended New York University, where he earned both a bachelor’s degree in linguistics (1991) and a master’s degree in mass communications (1994). While in school, he wrote and edited newspaper articles for Haiti Observateur and The Alliance. He joined the New York Amsterdam News as a contributing writer and the Caribbean News Network as managing editor. He has also written several screenplays. He speaks five languages fluently and is certified as interpreter and translator for the New York state court system.

Location: Street: Porter Square Shopping Center Additional: 25 White Street City: Cambridge, Province: Massachusetts Postal Code: 02140 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
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Banned Book Club
Whitman Public Library, Tuesday, April 28 at 7:30pm
Monthly meeting of the Banned Book Club. (added from Eventkeeper)
Ken Gloss-Brattle Book Shop
John Curtis Free Library, Tuesday, April 28 at 7:30pm
Join us on April 28, 2015 at 6:30 p.m. for an antique lecture with Ken Gloss from the Brattle Book Shop. He will be offering free verbal assessments for attendees. Bring in your old photos, documents or books to see what they are worth. The event is free and open to the public.  (added from Eventkeeper)
BookEaters Discussion Group
Woburn Public Library, Tuesday, April 28 at 8pm
BookEaters, book discussion group runs from October through May, on the 4th Tuesday of each month. Children in grades 4 and 5 are welcomed to join. Students all read the same book, and then meet each month to discuss it over snacks. (added from Eventkeeper)
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