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The library staff encourages library patrons and community members of all ages to anonymously answer monthly questions about timely topics that go to the heart of many issues our community, state, and country face.


The purpose of the board is not to court controversy, but to check the pulse of the community in a free exchange of ideas.

October Question:

How do you feel about banned books?


  • It is a political stunt.

  • We need to think for ourselves.

  • My new reading list.

  • No!

  • It’s a terrible idea. Everyone should have the freedom to read what they want.

  • Books should NOT be banned!

  • If parents decide their child should not read a specific book that is their choice. No one has the right to decided what I read.

  • We should not ban books. Freedom 4 books!

  • Knowledge is power.

  • If you don’t like it, don’t read it.

  • Isn’t banned books how Nazi Germany got started?

  • If you have to ban books, you’re the problem.

  • Read banned books.

  • I ‘m capable of making my own choices!

  • Freedom of speech.

  • I feel that banned books is unfair. Kids and parents deserve to decide what to read.

  • What is this? Russia!

  • Reading makes you smarter, so without them we’re even more screwed!

  • Books should NOT be banned. They are very important!

  • Not all books that should be legal for adults are appropriate for children. A public school library is not a place for all themes.

  • It is debatable.

The Wall of Words and Worries is brought to you with federal funds provided by the Institute of Museum and Library Services and administered by the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners.

November Question:

What are you most thankful for?


  • Being Alive.

  • Jesus.

  • My family.

  • Books.

  • Health.

  • My Kids.

  • Everything.

  • My little girl.

  • Everything. 

  • Loving Life. 

  • Family & Roof over my head.

  • Family and Big Macs.

  • Video Games.

  • Hockey. 

  • Firemen. 

  • My mom. 

  • Sobriety, Freedom from addiction. 

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