Nevins Buzz Blog

The Readers’ Advisory Team at the Nevins Memorial Library is happy to present the Nevins Buzz Blog as another resource for discovering interesting reading material. Enjoy book reviews, learn what the Nevins Library staff is reading, and receive literary news that encourages enrichment and literacy in the Methuen community.

We welcome comments and suggestions. We aim to bring the Library, the promotion of literacy, and a sense of community to you—whether you’re at home or on the go—in a fun, interactive way. We hope you enjoy reading the Nevins Buzz Blog.

Información en Español | Oct, 2017

En Español Bienvenidos a la página de web de la Biblioteca Nevins Memorial. Ésta su biblioteca tiene recursos para toda la comunidad en inglés y en español, como por ejemplo: libros, revistas y periódicos, discos de música, películas en DVD,… Read More

Moon Rocks | Sep, 2017

Moon Rocks by Samantha J Once upon a time, there lived tiny little creatures who lived on the moon. These creatures were adventurers, but they never dared to leave outer space. They love to soar in their spaceships and watch… Read More

Post-It Note Art | Sep, 2017

Our summer reading program this year was “Build a Better World”. Based on this, all summer long, teens have been “building” an art display by doodling on post-it notes and adding them together. Here are the final doodles on display!

Armored Prom Gown | Sep, 2017

Instead of purchasing a prom dress off the rack at some department store, Alyssa decided to go the creative route. Using soda can tabs, she built her one of a kind dress to wear to prom. She was kind enough… Read More

Teen Coding Club! | Jun, 2017

We are providing a summer-long Coding Club to teens in grades 7-12. All summer there will be a series of classes and projects that will teach teens the basics of HTML and CSS. Whether you are tech-savvy or are just… Read More

MUZZY Makes Language Learning Fun! | May, 2017

Muzzy is a language learning program for children developed by the BBC. This simple and effective program uses animated stories, songs, and lessons to inspire bilingualism. Languages are easiest to learn at a young age, so get your child started… Read More

Two New Library Passes | May, 2017

Our newest pass is to the Garden in the Woods. The pass admits up to four people into the Garden: Lil Cuties under 3 get in Free! Children (3-17) get a discounted $1 admission, Adults (18-64) get 50% off for a… Read More