We’ve done the work for your book group. All the stuff you need to conduct a book group is in our Book Group in a Bag kit. Check out all the kits at bgib.tscpl.org.
Carter told us about her growth from a young artist making “boy art” to trusting herself to work in media that made her feel at home.
A sadistic serial killer, Homer Gibbon, was executed for his crimes, but Homer didn’t stay dead. The prison doctor wants Homer to suffer so the doctor injects Homer with a drug that would keep his mind alive. Homer would be buried and later would regain consciousness and then die in a nightmare deep in the ground, but instead his body was sent elsewhere and not immediately buried. In a small town in Pennsylvania, Homer woke up very hungry.
The Friday afternoon before a three day weekend can drag on and on. That is, unless someone in the city offices downtown gets fired and escorted out by security. The whole office stays busy trying to pretend they are not sneakily watching two security officers packing up the office. Not everyone masters the art of […]
For this installment of All Booked Up, Kathy suggests a feminist-themed work of historical fiction to Diana. Watch this video to find out what awaits you in the pages of My Name is Mary Sutter by Robin Oliveira. Plus, learn why this is one recommendation Diana might not be taking Kathy up on. Oliveira uses […]
Today’s the Day! So excited to bring you a user-friendly, more Amazon-like catalog. Catalog.tscpl.org is now available, and we encourage you to explore. If you like the new catalog, “like” us on Facebook and show your enthusiasm. Some small tweaks behind the scenes will be made in the next few days, but report anything you […]
Summer is a great time to visit the library. We have activities, storytime or live entertainment almost every day. Participate in our Summer Reading Challenge from May 28 through July. Kids can read for great prizes – and adults can even get in on the fun by modeling the way. Learn about new books and services of the library.
We’re encouraging children to decorate or write on a Dream Cloud to form a massive cloud in the Kids Library. Local kids’ dreams will be on display in June and July. Dream Cloud template available inside this post. Completed dream clouds are due back to the library June 1.
Kids can write or draw their dream – or dreams – inside the cloud shape
Support your Library by participating in a short national survey to help libraries, publishers, and other organizations understand how you use ebooks & libraries!
Learn about the birds of our region and how to identify them by attending Wild Birds of Kansas, a presentation by members of the Topeka Audubon Society on April 23 at the library.