Happy Earth Day from the Research Services Department! This Earth Day, here are some ways to use BPL resources to learn more about the amazing world we inhabit.
Every year our librarians compile booklists that celebrate the diversity of our world, starting with Black Is..., the very first list published in 1973, to honor Black History Month! Visit your local branch to pick up the latest booklist or view these digitized lists and check out a title from the lists in our catalog!
Spring is a great time for observing birds anywhere in the Northern Hemisphere, and Boston is no exception. During this time of year we have the chance to see not only those birds that live here year-round, but also those passing through the city on their way to their summer homes. Spring is also when…
What have we been reading lately? We have a teen struggling to understand her identity as she falls in love, a tea monk and a wild robot teaming up for an adventure, and a young man falling in love in a restaurant kitchen.
Did you know you can access digital newspapers and magazines such as The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Economist, The New Yorker, and many more for free with your BPL library card? These digital resources can help you stay up-to-date on news, current events, and timely conversations—all from your computer, tablet, or smartphone!
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