What’s Happening at the WBPL
Join us at the library after hours (from 5PM to 7 PM) on Thursday December 14th for a Winter Celebration!
Our Winter Open House will be warm and cozy, with hot cocoa, snacks, crafts, and a storytime. There will be activities for all ages, including an adult take home craft, snowflake making, board game and puzzle tables, and so much more! There might even be a visit from frosty the snowman himself!
See you there!
The West Bridgewater Library is helping with the Let Them Be Foundation’s Christmas Toy Drive. New, unwrapped toys, games, puzzles, etc. can be dropped off in the collection box at the circulation desk. New (tags on) clothing is also accepted. The collection box will be at the library until December 15th. Thank you for anything you can donate!
Updates and Recommendations
Check out some book recommendations from our librarians! Visit the catalog to put a hold on one of these titles or visit us for even more suggestions to expand your reading list! Melanie House of Hollows by Krystal Sutherland Seventeen-year-old
The staff at the West Bridgewater Public Library read a lot of new books in 2022, but there were some that stood out from the rest. Here are some of our favorite reads of the year. For more recommendations, talk
A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas YAF/Novel/Fantasy Fiction/High Fantasy A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas is an enemies-to-lovers story which follows the main protagonist, Feyre Archeron. As Feyre is human, and when she