Elementary School Libraries

Summer Reading 2020!

Participation is EASY!

Track your reading and reach the goal of 125 pages per reader to complete the program!

Get entered into weekly prize drawings and a grand prize drawing at the end of the summer!

Reach your reading goal by August 21st!

Watch our "Tales and Tails" Promotional video!

Visit Memorial Hall Library to participate!

All the fun begins Monday, June 21st on beanstack.com.

Massachusetts Children Book Award

Andover Public Schools' 4th and 5th graders are once again invited to participate in the Massachusetts Children’s Book Award (MCBA) Program. This is a wonderful way to discover great new books to read! Students who read 5 of the nominated books are eligible to vote for their favorite in March. When we return to school, the libraries will have copies of the nominated books available to check out. You can start reading now by checking out ebooks, audio books and print books from Memorial Hall Library.

Students who participate will vote for the winner with their classes in the library and statewide results are revealed in the spring.

Look here for summaries, genres, book trailers and related videos of the books.

Click on a book cover to see its information.

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Vision Statement

The vision of the Andover Public Schools Libraries is to prepare our students to be skilled consumers of information and self-directed learners. The Library Media Program provides students with the resources to become independent critical readers, thinkers, and lifelong researchers, fluent in the various strategies of information seeking.

Mission Statement

The mission of the Andover Public Schools library media program is to function as the

information center of the school; to provide the school community with resources and research skills; to enable the school community through resources and skills to become life-long readers and learners.