The Library is offering a week of free, virtual back-to-school events, Aug. 17-21, to equip you with tools to help your student succeed.
The Library has digital resources to help our county's youngest kids and their families stay engaged this school year.
From August 10 –15, we’re spotlighting ways the Library can make your teaching job easier, wherever that may be happening this year.
Sometimes kids ask questions that are hard to answer. And it's best to answer their questions with words they understand. That’s why our library staff teamed up to put together a new Storytime at Home series, Important Conversations.
Ready to Discover Summer? Track your reading and learning activities with our free app!
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.
Find out what we have in store for this year's summer learning program Discover Summer!
El día de los niños is on April 30. We've gathered lots of eBooks and audiobooks to help you celebrate, along with a special bilingual storytime!
If you’ve recently taken a stroll around your neighborhood and noticed an unusual amount of teddy bears hanging out in people’s windows it’s because Library customers across the country are going on a bear hunt—and you can too!
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.
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