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Tuesday, December 1, 2015

TLAB: CRAFTernoon at the WPL, 12/10 2:45 - 4pm

All students in gr. 6-12 are invited to CRAFTernoon, an afternoon of crafting, at the WPL!

WHAT:  Crafts with friends!

HOW:  Materials provided, or bring your own! Please see Ms. Ravid or Ms. Schmidt by the end of the day on Wednesday, 12/9/15 with permission slip to arrange bus transportation TO the WPL. 
(You must find your own ride home or let us know if you take the Boston Late Bus)

WHERE:  Wayland Public Library

WHEN:  THURSDAY, December 10th

WHY:  Fun with friends -- old and new!

Sunday, September 27, 2015

Magnus Chase (post-) Release Party!!!

You are invited to join the Teen Library Advisory Club for...

Post-Book Release Party for Rick Riordan's Magnus Chase

Thursday, 10/8 ~ 2:45-4pm
Wayland Public Library
Bus to WPL by arrangement
[permission and RSVP links to follow]

Thursday, September 3, 2015

Welcome Back! [PIZZA and BOOKS at the WHS Library on 9/10!]

Welcome back to another school year! 

We hope that your library can help make it an awesome year!

The Teen Library Advisory Club will have its first meeting on SEPTEMBER 10th...

PIZZA and BOOKS at the WHS Library:

First TEEN ADVISORY BOARD meeting of the year
Wayland High School Library
Thursday, September 10
2:50 to 4 p.m.
  • Share your favorite summer reads over snack
  • Catch up with old friends (and make new friends!) 
  • Plan for future TAB events. 
Open to all Middle School and High School students.
WMS students:  RSVP here and permission slips here (and in library)

Questions: contact Ms. Schmidt at the WHS library, Ms. Ravid at the WMS library, or Ms. McCuen or Ms. Horning at the Wayland Public Library.

Friday, June 19, 2015

Summer Reading!

Can you believe that it is already summer?

WMS reads all year 'round.

Information about Summer Reading and Book Buzz forms can be found on the school website.

Click here for this summer's list of book suggestions to get your started!

The library has collected this list of recommended summer reading from current nonfiction and fiction titles as a collaborative effort with Pam McCuen, the head of Youth Services at the Wayland Public Library, and in consultation with Departmental Faculty. 

You'll notice that you can click on the tabs to access the list in alphabetical order by author, title or genre.

Remember that you also can click on the Reading link above for additional booklists and award-winners.

Also, don't forget that the ebooks and audiobooks available via our library or the WPL from anywhere with an internet connection.

Finally, you can use your WPL card to use NoveList K-8 for recommendations.

We wish you a fantastic summer full of wonderful books and look forward to sharing in the fall!

Sunday, May 17, 2015



Share your costumes based on your
favorite books, TV shows, movies, anime, etc.
(AKA Cosplay Day!)

 Tuesday, June 2nd
2:50 - 3:30

RSVPs to your local WMS, WHS or WPL Youth Services Librarian are helpful.
WHS students should see Ms. Schmidt to arrange a spot on the bus to WMS.

Thanks for keeping WPS dress code and policies in mind as you plan your ensamble. :-)

Sunday, April 26, 2015


Yup, it's pretty much what it says! 
Comic book stores open their doors once a year to give away special sample issues of a variety of different titles. There is something for everyone at every level of reader. For a list of stores with titles for pre-teen readers, enter your zipcode on this page.

Tuesday, April 7, 2015

WMS Celebrates Poetry Week!

Happy WMS Poetry Week!

I am looking forward to seeing everyone's poems on his or her locker. 

In the meantime, here's my selection from last year.

I like Moore's use of language and her personification of the steam roller. On my drive to school, I pass by a long-term on-going construction site, and the thought of these machines having opinions about the aesthetics of building and architecture intrigues me. Oftentimes, buildings from a specific era don't have much variation among themselves and quickly become dated. Meanwhile, the same machinery has probably been used for many projects over the years. What observations would they share, were one able to ask? 

Moore also juxtaposes butterflies with the steam roller. Butterflies flit and flutter delicately, while steam rollers are large and heavy and plodding. The poet leaves the reader wondering about these contrasts, and as to what might be commonalities between these symbols of the seeming opposites of man's destruction and creation using raw resources and the randomness of nature.

Friday, March 6, 2015

RSVP!!! TLAB: Take Things Apart (and build new ones!)


In March, the Teen Library Advisory Group will be taking apart old technology... 
to make our own Steampunk Creations! (including jewelry!) 
Come to one, the other, or both of these events!

WHAT:  Take Things Apart (Provided, or bring things with parent permission)
HOW:  Safely, with tools. Use the RSVP form below to determine your transportation needs
WHERE:  Wayland Public Library
WHEN:  WEDNESDAY, March 18th (Sorry! Date was set before the musical changed dates!)
WHY:  Fun with friends!

RSVP here and make sure to get a permission slip if you plan to take the bus.

Image source:
endolith. Logitech MediaPlay Mouse Internals 049. Digital image. Flickr. N.p., 18 Jan. 2007. Web. 14 Dec. 2014. Used under Creative Commons license.

Wednesday, February 4, 2015

DC Photographer Application

Attention, 8th Grade Students!

HERE is the link to the information and application to be a DC Photographer.

Please complete by lunchtime on Monday, February 9th.

Questions? See Ms. Valdes or Ms. Ravid

Monday, January 26, 2015

POSTPONED: TLAB event for 1/27/15

Due to impending weather, the Teen Library Advisory Deconstruction Day scheduled for 1/27/15 will be postponed to March.

We'll also be changing the theme of the February meeting.

Stay posted for further details!

Bored in the snow and need a book? It's a great time to look into streaming ebooks and audiobooks! Ask your parents/guardians to help you sign up for a Minuteman library card online, set up a PIN for your existing library card, create an Overdrive account so you can synch public library ebooks and audiobooks across devices, or download ereader and audiobook apps!