Learn more about this opportunity to chat with fellow parents/caregivers about topics that are important to you, and also get a chance to connect with others and learn about ways the Library can support you.
Senior Library Services Assistant Alia Jones created a list of books that affirm Black childhood and encourage Black youth to dream, speak up, and get started on the path towards liberation.
April is National Poetry Month! Senior Library Services Assistant Clarity Amrein has lots of ways to help you participate and celebrate.
For those in our community educating their children at home, our Education and Homework Support Manager Keith Armour and our Youth Services and Programming Coordinator Lisa Soper gathered a list of online learning resources both local and national.
Tween Librarian Sam Bloom discusses the yearly meeting of a committee of librarians to unofficially choose the best books for the 2019 publishing year. Find out who their picks are to win the Caldecott, Newbery, Printz, and Coretta Scott King Awards.
As the first "TeenTober" comes to a close we want to remind you about what is the backbone of Teen Services in our library system: events!
In honor of the first annual "TeenTober" the Downtown Main Library's TeenSpot asked teens to give their book, eBook, and audiobook recommendations for fellow teenagers. (And a few from the Librarians too, because they couldn't resist!)
September is National Library Card Sign Up Month. Did you know there are different types of cards you can sign up for? Learn what they are and how to win prizes when you apply!
With Mother’s Day just around the corner, we’ve rounded up some of our favorite titles from the stacks for adults, teens, and kids that explore and celebrate motherhood in its vast and varying forms.
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