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Beautiful Butterflies

Glasswings: A Butterfly’s Story by Elisa Kleven
Lost in the city, a butterfly with see-through wings makes friends with a ladybug, an ant, and a pigeon, and together they help flowers bloom and grow. 149 more words

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Terrific Toads

They have warts, they hop and they eat bugs. They aren’t going to win any beauty contests but they are an important part of the ecosystem. 762 more words

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Engineering

Whether at home or school, your child has more than likely used blocks, Legos, pillows, or nesting bowls to build something. If your kiddos are in to building, these titles may help them gain a better understanding of engineering concepts. 569 more words

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Titanic

April 15, 2016 marks the 104th anniversary of the Titanic’s sinking. Most everyone is fascinated by stories of the Titanic and kids are no exception. Somewhere after the dinosaur obsession comes interest in all things related to the Titanic. 580 more words

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A Poem A Day

It’s National Poetry Month! There are so many wonderful ways to introduce poetry to children. One of the best ways is through books. Many authors are producing books in verse as well as collections of poems. 887 more words

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Experiment with Watercolor

On Saturday, April 2nd, Central Library hosted an Experiment with Watercolor program for school age kids to coincide with the 2016 Missouri International Watercolor Exhibit, held in the Carnegie Room.   50 more words

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Star Light, Star Bright

Did you know that you can check out telescopes from the library?  In March, two new Orion StarBlast 4.5″ telescopes were added to SLPL’s collection, upping the number available for patrons to borrow to seven. 116 more words

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