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Celebrating Art

There’s something for everybody in the world of art: mystery, drama, comedy…And there are some pretty wonderful stories about art as well. Check out some of these stories, where art and writing intertwine. 509 more words

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Creepy, Crawly, BUGS!

July has it all – sunshine, warm weather, and, naturally, a whole lot of insects. Embrace the buggy outdoors with these books exploring all kinds of creepy, crawlies found in our own backyards! 566 more words

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Hats Off to Reading!

Baseball caps, top hats, sun hats, party hats… there are so many kinds of hats! These stories celebrate hats and the people who love them! 674 more words

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Book Weekend - Airport Book

Airport Book by Lisa Brown

Follow a family through the complexities of a modern-day airport. From checking bags and watching them disappear on the mysterious conveyer belt, to security clearance and a seemingly endless wait at the gate to finally being airborne. 36 more words

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Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water...

What do you picture when you think of sharks? Huge teeth and gaping mouths trying to devour everything in sight? Most people think sharks are scary, but most are not dangerous to humans at all. 468 more words

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Worlds of Wonder: Pancake Art!

Kids at Central Library created monumental pancake art in June and had a lot of fun playing with their food!  The library provided cookie cutters shaped like the Statue of Liberty, Great Pyramids, Eiffel Tower and other monuments from all over the world.   28 more words

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Fantasy Creature Puppets at Machacek

Kids in grades K-5 can visit Machacek on July 7th from 2-3 p.m. to create their very own fantastical finger puppets!

Early Elementary