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QuaranTEEN Book Chat

May 4, 2020
4:00 PM
Via Zoom
Email for Zoom invite
Teens and Tweens only

Join Miss Kate and Miss Dina to chat about your current YA faves! This book club will be in a private zoom chat.  Email Miss Kate at to get access to the meeting info.This group is for teens and tweens only.

This month, we’ll read and discuss Sisters of the Sword by Maya Snow.  This historical fiction novel set in the samurai period of Japan explores what happens to 3 sisters who refuse to play society’s traditional roles for women.  Norwood residents can download their copy on Hoopla today with their library cards! Learn more about Hoopla.


Check out YA title recommendations from our book group members:

March 30, 2020 Book Chat

Virtual Programs

Our building may be closed for now but the Morrill Memorial Library is here for you, helping keep our community connected with virtual programs. We’re offering many digital programs for both adults and kids at different times of day and on different days of the week, and you can find all of these programs and access details on our Events Calendar.

If you’re not able to join us for these live virtual programs, there are a number of recorded programs and interviews available to watch anytime on our Youtube channel.

Our Children’s Librarians are offering story times on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays on Facebook Live. All you need to do is visit our Facebook Page at 12:30 pm on MWF.


Dr-beth-kurland-photoOne of our trusted program partners contacted us recently to offer mindfulness coping strategies to our patrons at this time. Beth Kurland, a local licensed clinical psychologist, has given popular mindfulness and cognitive-behavioral programs at our library in the past. Please visit her blog for practical coping strategies to help manage stress and feelings of isolation.


We’re offering a lot of programs, including virtual book groups and craft programs, using a video chat service called Zoom. We want to do our best to make our programs as accessible as possible, even for those who aren’t as comfortable using computers. Therefore, if you or someone you know is not able to use a computer to join us on Zoom, for most programs there will be a phone number available to call so you can be part of the conversation. Details are available on our Events Calendar, or you can use the chat box on the bottom right hand side of our homepage to connect with a staff member.

Please see this very helpful guide to getting started with Zoom.

This guide was put together by a former Trustee of the MML.

In addition to making sure virtual programs are accessible, we want to make sure they’re secure. Please see the colorful infographic below on this page for some ways our staff are working hard to make sure our online space is safe and secure.


Together-Apart Book Group Recommendations

Our new virtual book group meets several Wednesday nights each month at 6:30 pm. Share recommendations about books you’ve been reading and tune in for fun book chat. We’re here to help you keep our community of readers strong by finding a way to be socially together even while we’re physically apart.

Find out what we’ve been reading and how we rated the books!

March 25, 2020

April 1, 2020

April 22, 2020

May 6, 2020

Winter Readers’ BINGO ’19-’20

goodies and snowThe Morrill Memorial Library invites you to Hibernate with a Book this winter! You know you’ll be cuddling up with a few good books, so why not have a chance to win a prize with Reader’s BINGO?

Reader’s BINGO is open to everyone high school-aged or older. Any books you finish this winter can be included on your BINGO sheet, with each book counting for a single square. Don’t worry, audiobooks and graphic novels definitely count.

If you have any questions about what would count or how to use a library service, such as listening to audiobooks, please ask us!

BINGO goes from December 1, 2019 through March 6, 2020.

Each completed BINGO row equals one entry for our prize drawings. Gift certificates have generously been provided by the local sponsors listed below. book and fireplace

Download BINGO sheets below, or pick them up in the library. BINGO sheets can be submitted to Nancy Ling in Outreach or to Liz Reed in Reference. Turn them in even if you’ve only completed one or two rows – you might win! Sheets must be returned by Friday, March 6.

Download your BINGO sheet here!

Gift certificate prizes provided by:










Please contact either of these librarians with any questions:

Liz Reed:
781-769-0200 x110

Nancy Ling:
781-769-0200 x228

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