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SAT Prep - We've got you covered!

standardized_testTaking the SATs December 5th? Let us help you prepare with some of our online resources!

Take a look at our Teen Center page, and check out our Testing & Education Reference Center. You can take on-line practice tests and prepatory courses for the SAT (regular & subjects) AND the PSAT. The Belmont Public Library wishes you good luck!


Teen Book Club

halfbrotherTeen Book Club November 30th 7-8 PM Young Adult Room. Any teen who has read the book is welcome to attend, no sign up necessary. There will be pizza and sodas.




Please Note! This Week's Thanksgiving Holiday Schedule

Monday, November 23: 9AM-9PM
Tuesday, November 24: 9AM-9PM
Wednesday, November 25: 9AM-5PM
Thursday, November 26: CLOSED
Friday, November 27: CLOSED
Saturday, November 28: 9AM-5PM
Sunday, November 29: 1PM-5PM



Books and Bites

Dorothy_StephensBooks and Bites: Author Dorothy Stephens to Speak
Monday December 14th 11:00 AM Assembly Room

Author Dorothy Stephens will discuss and read from her novel A Door Just Opened at Books and Bites on Monday, December 14th at 11:00 AM in the Assembly Room of the Belmont Public Library.  Set in 1910 in rural New Jersey, this novel is filled with luminous prose, period detail, and vivid imagery.  The main character Anna dreams of being the first girl from her tiny farm community to go to high school.  An illegitimate baby, born to her older sister, alters Anna's life.



New Kindle Titles Are Waiting For You!

reading_kindleHave an upcoming trip? Consider taking out one of the library's Kindles! Kindles are checked out for two weeks, and can be renewed two times as long as no one is waiting for them. AND, if you are a Belmont resident, you are allowed to reserve a Kindle ahead of time. Take a look at the list below of updated Kindle titles, and for more information about how to use one of our Kindles, please call the reference desk at (617) 993-2870 or ask us a question online using our Ask A Librarian link.


Using the upcoming holidays for a staycation? Grab a Kindle and get lost in one of the dozens of books available!

Click here for new Kindle titles


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