Check out some flirty and fun reading, because high school is so much better with a happily-ever-after!
Listen local! In this episode, Martie Rison talks about a downtown Topeka bookstore and the Topeka History Geeks group.
In this episode, Autumn and Stephanie talk about watching “classic” movies with their kids. Which legendary 80’s films make the cut at family movie night?
Will Lulu’s summer after high school in rural Virginia be toxic or intoxicating when she tries to raise her college tuition money by making moonshine? What would you risk to ensure your shot at a better future — your family, your friends, your life, or your heart?
Two Minnesota teens lives become intertwined through school, role-playing games, and a chance two-a.m. bike accident in this story about role playing — in games and in real life.
In this episode, Miranda Ericsson talks about a dozen classic romance novels, from the 18th century through the 1980’s.
In this episode, Miranda, Amber, Lissa and Thad talk about the library’s 2015 Big Read Selection – True Grit by Charles Portis. Listen in on their candid book discussion. This podcast will inspire, enlighten and entertain!
A year of burying your grief is bad, but Anna O’Mally is practicing coffin yoga and visibly wearing her pain to firmly pushing her remaining family away in this moving portrayal of blinding grief and depression.
In this episode, local genealogist, librarian and author Sherri Camp talks about her book featuring stories and photographs that place the history and experience of African Americans in Topeka in the context of American history.
Start your new year right with an interactive wellness conference from 9am-noon on Saturday, January 10, or come for our featured fitness event, Drums Alive, at 10:45 am.
Librarian Lissa was surprised by what these 5 teen fiction stories on her recent reading list had in common– You won’t believe how you can benefit from what she discovered…
Sometimes, reading the book aloud to the kids is the best part. But for some books, reading the illustrations together is even better. Have you “read” a wordless picture book?