Love Your Library

The Love Your Library campaign brings together storytellers with compelling anecdotes to support what we believe is an invaluable, and increasingly endangered, institution.

It’s a series of short vignettes from authors, librarians, policy makers and local library lovers about memorable moments in their lives that illustrate the enduring significance of libraries. We’ve put together a collection of nationally recognizable names (among them the late Ray Bradbury, Dennis Lehane, and John Irving, to name a few) to tell their stories.

In addition, we’re created a series of features on local libraries which highlight the library’s history, future, and what it can offer the community. Because we know that libraries aren’t just about storybooks—they are about giving people the resources and community support to help people find their own happy endings.

So, join us! And show your library some love.

Love your Library Special Interviews

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When will your local library be featured on the radio?

5:26 a.m, during the 9:00 a.m. News, during the Midday Report at noon and at 2:40 p.m. on dates:

LOVE YOUR LIBRARY 2014

February 3-6 WEYMOUTH PUBLIC LIBRARIES

February 7-14 THOMAS CRANE PUBLIC LIBRARY – QUINCY

February 17-21 WHITMAN PUBLIC LIBRARY

February 24-28 BRIDGEWATER PUBLIC LIBRARY

March 3-4 WEST BRIDGEWATER PUBLIC LIBRARY

March 5-7 PLYMPTON PUBLIC LIBRARY

March 10-11 LYDIA DRAKE LIBRARY – PEMBROKE

Click here to view all Love Your Library Segments


 

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About the Author

WATD online and on-air contributors include, but are not limited to: The Associated Press, Precision Weather Forecasting, local news stringers and reporters, in-house news and internet media staff, State House and town hall reporters, freelance reporters, special feature reporters/producers and on-air radio personnel.