Teen Fines Read-Off

One of the worst things to hear from a teen in the library is, “I really want to check out this book, but I have too many fines.” It breaks my bookish heart! This is one of the many reasons why we’re offering the great Teen Fines Read-Off program throughout the summer! Reading books …
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Like Water for Miriam’s Well

Local author Caryn Mirriam-Goldberg’s, latest book, Miriam’s Well, is a wonderful chronicle of one woman’s life as she navigates the modern world. The title character is a woman without a home, but finds herself rooted in nation-changing events throughout the 20th and 21st century. We see Miriam and her family walk through moon-lit streets during…
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Matt

  785-843-3833 x110 mseidel@lplks.org Loves helping young readers discover new authors and subjects to explore. I also enjoy drawing mazes, playing guitar, and strategy games, especially chess (seriously, challenge me anytime)…
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Lynda.com

What's available: Video tutorials on a wide variety of technology and career related topics Works on: Computers, tablets, and smartphones You can have: Unlimited access with your library card number and PIN…
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Remembering an All-Ages Historian

History, in its most basic form, is storytelling. Who did what? And how? And why? Like the best stories, the answers to these questions are oftentimes complicated, muddled by both conflicting viewpoints and the inevitable, obfuscating passage of time. For children, these questions are made further confusing by heightened questions of authority. Why is this…
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