Read the sixth chapter in the 2014 Community Novel Project. In a World War II flashback, German and American soldiers reveal the ugly realities of war and a tragedy becomes an opportunity.
Miranda Ericsson and Natalie Moreland reveal how the library will reward you for participating in the first ever Summer Reading Bonus Level!
Read the fifth chapter in the new Community Novel Project. Hospice worker Holly gets to know Mr. Grimaldi better, before he takes a turn for the worse.
Read the fourth chapter in the new Community Novel Project. In a second flashback to World War II, a soldier is captured in Germany after his B-17 was hit.
Paul Rudnick’s new novel, Gorgeous, is the best kind of modern fairy tale, with witty dialogue and scathing social critique of “beautiful people”.
Read the third chapter in the newest Community Novel Project. Holly learns more about her new hospice client, Joe, but she is left with more questions than answers about the secretive, dying man.
In this episode, Tim Volpert recommends new music releases that are worth a listen, while Thad and Lissa begin to understand why Tim is qualified to call himself a Music Nerd.
Read the second chapter in the newest Community Novel Project. A flashback to action on a WWII aircraft introduces a new character and sets up a parallel story to last week’s chapter.
Read the first chapter in the newest Community Novel Project. This collaboratively written novel will be serialized for the next twenty weeks until we reach the exciting conclusion!
Chat and learn more Tuesday, April 15, 2014 from 3:00-4:30 pm. HEARyouth is a group of community agencies who work together to help youth become Heatlhy, Empowered and Responsible.
Topeka teens learned the truth about drug and alcohol abuse at this March 2014 event. A recent survey showed 43 percent of Shawnee County youth reported that they have drank beer, wine or hard liquor at least once in their lifetime. Do you know the real consequences of substance abuse?
Celebrate National Poetry Month! Listen as Leah Sewell and Israel Wasserstein share their poetry and talk about their writing process and their sources of inspiration as Kansas poets.