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Tweet, Tweet, Spring Is Here!

The days are warming and birdsongs are beginning to fill the air. There are so many ways to celebrate the beginning of spring! Why not read up on some of these fine, feathered bird-related titles to get into the spring of things! 556 more words

Early Elementary

Awesome New Series!

Kids are always looking for new series so here are a few to get you started!

CHILDREN'S BOOKS

Easter Fun at Schlafly!

Celebrate Easter at Schlafly Branch’s Family Night, Thursday, March 26th from 6:00-7:00 PM.  Families will hunt for eggs to exchange for treats in the activity room.

Early Elementary

Culinary Month

Looking for something to do over spring break?  Visit Central Library for some fun Culinary Month activities!

Early Elementary

Trains, Trains and More Trains

All aboard! Trains play important role in our lives. They transport valuable resources across the country and spark our spirit of adventure. Take a journey with these train books. 384 more words

Early Elementary

Wild About Books, by Judy Sierra

Wild About Books
Judy Sierra
Illustrated by Marc Brown
2004 Alfred A. Knopf
ISBN – 9780375925382
Genre – Picture Book
Age – Early Elementary
5 Stars… 174 more words

Picture Books

Happy Birthday Week Dr. Seuss!

March 2nd marks the day when, 111 years ago, Theodore Seuss Geisel was born in Springfield, Massachusetts. Although usually mispronounced, Seuss, his mother’s maiden name, is correctly pronounced “Zoice” (rhymes with “Voice”). 507 more words

Early Elementary