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Location: Hudson, NH 03051, United States

Little Libraries

There are 1 "Little Libraries" within 25 miles.

Local venues

2 Court Street, Nashua, NH 03060
235 Daniel Webster Hwy, Nashua, NH 03060
Rivier Bookstore (1.8 miles)
420 S. Main St, Nashua, NH 03060
Regina Library (1.8 miles)
420 S. Main St., Nashua, NH 03060
194 Derry Road, Hudson, NH 03051
141 Ledge Street, Nashua, NH 03060
Annie's Book Stop (2.6 miles)
112 Daniel Webster Hwy, South Nashua, NH 03063
The Comic Store (3.2 miles)
115 Northeastern Blvd, Nashua, NH 03062
293 Daniel Webster Highway, Nashua, NH 03060
Annie's Book Stop (4.6 miles)
493 Amherst St., Nashua, NH 03063
Morning Star (5.0 miles)
522 Amherst Street, Nashua, NH 03063
269 Charles Bancroft Hwy, Litchfield, NH 03052
259 Charles Bancroft Hwy, Litchfield, NH 03052
The Book Cellar (5.8 miles)
34 Northwest Blvd, Unit 10A, Nashua, NH 03063
25 Bryants Lane, Tyngsborough, MA 01879
24 Village Green, Pelham, NH 03076
588 Main St., Dunstable, MA
The Book Rack (7.2 miles)
1996 Lakeview Avenue, Dracut, MA 01826
470 Daniel Webster Highway, Merrimack, NH 03054
Nesmith Library (7.6 miles)
8 Fellows Rd, Windham, NH 03087
2 Monument Square, Hollis, NH 03049-0659
Leach Library (7.8 miles)
276 Mammoth Rd, Londonderry, NH 03053
43 Newfield Street, North Chelmsford, MA 01863
84 University Avenue, Lowell, MA 01854
28 Arlington St, Dracut, MA 01826

Local events

Apr
26
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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Apr
27
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)
Apr
28
MEETING ROOM BOOKING: COA My Life, My Health
Newbury Town Library, Tuesday, April 28 at 2pm
MEETING ROOM BOOKING: COA My Life, My Health
* In agreement with the library's mission statement, the meeting room provides a location for library sponsored events. Other groups may use the space, when the room is not being used for library activities. The library will not discriminate when considering applications for room use. When a group uses the room, this does not imply that the library endorses the activities of beliefs of the individuals or groups involved. Events organizers may not imply endorsement by the library in any advertising or publicity. (added from Eventkeeper)… (more)
Apr
28
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)
Apr
28
Littleton Reads Event-Author Erin Dionne
Reuben Hoar Library, Tuesday, April 28 at 8pm
~~Join author Erin Dionne as she speaks about the Gardner art heist, Isabella Stewart Gardner's big personality, and the mystery that's intrigued the art world for a quarter century! She'll also talk about her novel, Moxie and the Art of Rule Breaking (Dial, 2013), and how the Gardner heist became the center of her story.
~~This presentation is suitable for children who have read the book, or who want to read the book, and their parents or interested adults. We have four copies of this book in the RHL. Please come in for a copy and for the author's presentation. (added from Eventkeeper)… (more)
Apr
28
MEETING ROOM BOOKING: COA Tong Ren Healing
Newbury Town Library, Tuesday, April 28 at 8pm
MEETING ROOM BOOKING: COA Tong Ren Healing
* In agreement with the library's mission statement, the meeting room provides a location for library sponsored events. Other groups may use the space, when the room is not being used for library activities. The library will not discriminate when considering applications for room use. When a group uses the room, this does not imply that the library endorses the activities of beliefs of the individuals or groups involved. Events organizers may not imply endorsement by the library in any advertising or publicity. (added from Eventkeeper)… (more)
Apr
29
Sue's Strategies for Reading and Spelling
Lincoln Public Library, Wednesday, April 29 at 7:30pm
Susan Kahn is the author of a proven system of techniques for teachers, struggling readers, and the family members who support them. She will discuss her system for reading and writing instruction. Parents, teachers, and others interested in helping struggling students learn are invited to hear about Kahn's methods, which are based on over 40 years of research and experience.
This event, sponsored by the Friends of the Lincoln Public Library, is free to the public. For more information about Susan Kahn, visit http://www.suekahnreadnow.com/book.html. For questions about the library, please call 781-259-8645. (added from Eventkeeper)… (more)
Apr
30
Thursday Evening Book Club
Haverhill Public Library, Thursday, April 30 at 7pm
Discussing Book: Confederates in the Attic: Dispatch from Unfinished Civil war By Tony Horowitz (added from Eventkeeper)
Apr
30
Science Fiction & Fantasy Book Club
Hazen Memorial Library, Thursday, April 30 at 7pm
The Hazen Memorial Library is hosting a book club for adults who are interested in reading and discussing Science Fiction and Fantasy literature.
We will hold the next meeting on Thursday, April 30th at 6:00pm to discuss Grady Hendrix’s novel Horrorstor. Refreshments will be provided!
Please call or visit the Hazen Memorial Library to order your copy of the book.
 
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May
1
MR Booking - COA Tai Chi
Newbury Town Library, Friday, May 1 at 10am
May
1
Friday Morning Book Group
Lincoln Public Library, Friday, May 1 at 10:30am
Coffee at 9:30 meeting at 10:00 This session we will discuss A Very Long Engagement by Sebastien Japrisot
copies in various formats available at the front desk 2 weeks prior to meeting (added from Eventkeeper)
May
1
Room Booked
May
1
Room Booked
May
1
Friends' Great Book Sale
Stevens Memorial Library, Friday, May 1 at 5pm
Join the Friends of the Stevens Memorial Library for their spring book sale. Buy gently used books, audio books, music, and DVDs at great prices.
All proceeds fund library programs and museum passes. (added from Eventkeeper)
May
7
Thursday, May 7 at 7pm - Erika Robuck, "The House of Hawthorne" AND Sarah McCoy,"The Mapmaker's Children"
The Concord Bookshop, Thursday, May 7 at 7pm
Please join us on Thursday, May 7 at 7pm for a special event when we welcome two returning authors to the Bookshop with the newest novels!

Erika Robuck is a contributor to the fiction blog Writer Unboxed, and she maintains her own blog, Muse. She is a member of the Hawthorne Society, the Hemingway Society, the Historical Novel Society, and the Edna St. Vincent Millay Society. She lives in Annapolis, Maryland, with her husband and three sons. She is the author of Receive Me Falling, Hemingway's Girl, Call Me Zelda and Fallen Beauty.

Sarah McCoy is the New York Times bestselling author of The Baker’s Daughter and The Time It Snowed in Puerto Rico. She has taught English writing at Old Dominion University and at the University of Texas at El Paso. She calls Virginia home but presently lives with her husband and their dog, Gilbert, in El Paso, Texas.

Location: Street: 65 Main Street City: Concord, Province: Massachusetts Postal Code: 01742-2503 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
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May
9
Milford - KATRINA MAKRIS & Dr. JEFF SULLANDER lead a discussion on Lyme Disease.
Toadstool Bookshop - Milford, Saturday, May 9 at 2pm
Please join us for an informative afternoon when local author (Out of the Woods), Classical Homeopath, and Lyme survivor KATRINA (Kim) MAKRIS joins us along with nutritionist Dr. JEFF SULLANDER to lead a discussion about Lyme disease. Learn about awareness, prevention, and treatment from experts in this disease striking tens of thousands annually!

Location: Street: 614 Nashua Street, Lorden Plaza Additional: 603-673-1734 City: Milford, Province: New Hampshire Postal Code: 03055 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)… (more)
May
10
David McCullough, Jr. will be promoting You Are Not Special
The Concord Bookshop, Sunday, May 10 at 3pm
David McCullough, Jr. will be promoting You Are Not Special (added from HarperCollins)
May
14
Moira Linehan & Mary Pinard, An evening of Poetry (Andover)
Andover Bookstore, Thursday, May 14 at 6:30pm
Moira Linehan, INCARNATE GRACE

In her collection Incarnate Grace, poet Moira Linehan explores, questions, and ultimately celebrates her attempt to live in the temple of the present.

After learning she has breast cancer, the poet struggles to live an examined life. Alienated and estranged from her own body, she turns her cancer into “these binoculars, / this new way of looking,” and uses it as a way of fixing herself firmly within the moment. As she travels Ireland and the Pacific Northwest, her busy mind moves from the knot in her breast to the knots in her knitting to the illuminated knots of The Book of Kells to the tossing, knotted surface of the sea; from the margins of her surgery—clean but not ideal—to the margins of illuminated manuscripts. She links the mundane to the mythic, intertwining connections between scripture and nature, storms and loss, winter and light, breast cancer and embroidery. As she returns to her home on a small pond in Massachusetts, she takes with her the fruits of her travels: the incarnate grace of the ordinary.

Mary Pinard, PORTAL

Opening into a story of familial loss and its environmental echo, Portal traces the salvaging of what remains. At the center of Mary Pinard's lyrical and formally expansive collection is a brother lost at sea in a freak tugboat accident, with the subsequent search for cause and comfort rippling throughout. Mary Pinard teaches poetry and literature at Babson College. Her poems have appeared in Prairie Schooner, Iowa Review, Georgia Review, Boston Review, and Salamander, among others. She has published essays on poets Lorine Niedecker and Alice Oswald. She was born and raised in Seattle, and now lives in Massachusetts.

Location: Andover Bookstore Street: 89 R Main Street City: Andover, Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
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May
15
Nancy Thayer, "The Guest Cottage" (Billerica)
Andover Bookstore, Friday, May 15 at 7pm
Sensible thirty-six-year-old Sophie Anderson has always known what to do. She knows her role in life: the supportive wife of a successful architect and calm, capable mother of two. But on a warm summer night, as the house grows quiet around her and her children fall asleep, she wonders what’s missing from her life. When her husband echoes that lonely question, announcing that he’s leaving her for another woman, Sophie realizes she has no idea what’s next. Impulsively renting a guest cottage on Nantucket from her friend Susie Swenson, Sophie rounds up her kids, Jonah and Lacey, and leaves Boston for a quiet family vacation, minus one. Also minus one is single parent Trevor Black, a software entrepreneur who has recently lost his wife. Trevor is the last person he would think could raise a little boy like Leo by himself at any age, much less at thirty. Leo’s a sweet, smart boy, but he grapples constantly with his mother’s death, growing more and more closed off. Hoping a quiet summer on the Nantucket coast will help him reconnect with Leo, Trevor rents a guest house on the beautiful island from his friend Ivan Swenson. But best-laid plans run awry when Sophie and Trevor realize they’ve accidentally rented the same house. Determined to make this a summer their kids will always remember, the two agree to share the Swensons’ Nantucket house. But as the summer unfolds and the families grow close, Sophie and Trevor must ask themselves if The Guest Cottage is all they want to share.

Location: Billerica Public Library Street: 15 Concord Rd City: Billerica, Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
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May
21
Milford - CLASSICS CROWD meets to discuss timeless literature.
Toadstool Bookshop - Milford, Thursday, May 21 at 6:30pm
The Classics Crowd meets every other month on the third* Thursday to discuss books voted on by concensus. Join them for lively chats on treasured favorites, or discover a new gem. Interested members are always welcome. Don't be shy!

Next meeting:

*almost every 3rd Thursday, sometimes they move the meeting up or down to accomodate the most members. Call to confirm if you are interested in attending.

Location: Street: 614 Nashua Street, Lorden Plaza Additional: 603-673-1734 City: Milford, Province: New Hampshire Postal Code: 03055 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
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May
22
Paul Durham will be promoting The Luck Uglies
Paul Durham will be promoting The Luck Uglies (added from HarperCollins)
May
27
Ellen Cooney, "The Mountaintop School for Dogs and Other Second Chances" (Billerica)
Andover Bookstore, Wednesday, May 27 at 7pm
The Sanctuary. High up on the mountain, the Sanctuary is a place of refuge. It is a place where humans save dogs, who, in turn, save the humans. It is a place where the past does not exist, where hopelessness is chased away, where the future hasn’t been written, where orphans and strays can begin to imagine a new meaning for “family.”

Evie is making her way to the Sanctuary. She has lied to gain entry. She has pretended to know more than she does about dogs, but she is learning fast. Once the indomitable Mrs. Auberchon lets her pass, she will find her way. Like the racing greyhound who refuses to move, the golden retriever who returns to his job as the Sanctuary’s butler every time he’s adopted, and the Rottweiler who’s a hopeless candidate for search-and-rescue, Evie comes from a troubled past. But as they all learn, no one should stay prisoner to a life she didn’t choose.

This is the story of two women and a whole pack of dogs who, having lost their way in the world, find a place at a training school—and radical rescue center—called the Sanctuary. It is a story of strays and rescues, kidnappings and homecomings, moving on and holding on and letting go. And it is, ultimately, a moving and hilarious chronicle of the ways in which humans and canines help each other find new lives, new selves, and new hope.

Location: Billerica Public Library Street: 15 Concord Rd City: Billerica, Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
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Jun
4
Joanna Rakoff
Andover Bookstore, Thursday, June 4 at 00am
Joanna Rakoff (added from Random House)
Jun
4
Thursday, June 4 at 7pm - Heidi Pitlor, "The Daylight Marriage" AND Lauren Acampora "The Wonder Garden"
The Concord Bookshop, Thursday, June 4 at 7pm
Please join us on Thursday, June 4 at 7pm when we welcome two fiction writers to the Bookshop with their most recent works.

Heidi Pitlor grew up in Concord, Massachusetts, and got her BA at McGill University and her MFA at Emerson College in Boston. She was a senior editor at Houghton Mifflin Harcourt for nine years before she became the series editor of The Best American Short Stories. She has worked with Salman Rushdie, Alice Sebold, Richard Russo, Elizabeth Strout, and others. She is the author of the novel The Birthdays and her fiction and essays have appeared in Ploughshares,the Huffington Post, and Labor Day: True Stories by Today's Best Women Writers. In Fall 2015, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt will publish 100 Years of the Best American Short Stories, which she coedited with Lorrie Moore. Heidi lives outside Boston with her husband and twin son and daughter.

Lauren Acampora's fiction has appeared in The Paris Review, Missouri Review, Prairie Schooner, New England Review, and Antioch Review. Raised in Connecticut, she now lives in Westchester County, New York, with her husband, artist Thomas Doyle, and their daughter.

Location: Street: 65 Main Street City: Concord, Province: Massachusetts Postal Code: 01742-2503 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
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Jun
10
Amanda Maciel will be promoting Tease
Barnes & Noble Booksellers - Burlington, Wednesday, June 10 at 7pm
Amanda Maciel will be promoting Tease (added from HarperCollins)
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