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Author: WPL Librarian

Animated Feature Films

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Animation can tell incredible visual stories that would be impossible otherwise. Artists share their visions, real and surreal, that give the viewer new ways to…
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Patriots’ Day

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Four major events normally take place on Patriots’ Day (April 19th) in the Boston area: the Boston Marathon, a Red Sox home game, the reenactment…
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PJ Drive Thank You

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This past year was a year like no other. And yet, a small handful of things remained comfortingly the same. As in past years, the…
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Considering the Catcher in the Rye

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By Kaitlyn Donato, WHS Student A novel can be viewed through many different lenses. Its literary interpretations are reliant not only on the writer, but…
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New YA Books for April

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This month we have almost anything you could want – queer romance, deep and brooding mysteries, witty coming-of-age stories, and complex fantasy. Personally, I’m most…
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COVID-19 Resources

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The past year has been one that none of us ever expected. We have all been in this together and we have learned a lot…
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The Sounds of Poetry

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It’s National Poetry Month and we are sharing the joy and love of poetry with you. The items below are digital audiobooks and books on…
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