It’s not too late to sign your preschooler up for I Love Letters, an interactive storytime held in conjunction with Kansas Reads to Preschoolers Week. The library’s events are Nov. 15 and 16. Sign up by calling 785-580-4565.
Join Nate as he shares the joys of bath night, and finds that there are few things in the world cuter than baby buns.
BOO! Late October is plenty scary, but without reflective tape, flashlights, flame-resistance, and adult supervision, some Halloween traditions are downright dangerous! Review safety tips, plus find out all of the local trick-or-treat events in Topeka with the Halloween Round Up from XYZ Topeka
Join Nate as he learns it’s always wise to double check the baby bag, and rethink what you might need before you go out.
The Topeka and Shawnee County Public Library will host award-winning young adult author Chris Crutcher Oct. 19. Crutcher will discuss his writing success – 11 novels, 2 short story collections and 1 autobiography – during a public talk at 10:30am and 1pm in Marvin Auditorium. Earlier in the day, he will visit Highland Park High [...]
Join Nate as he discovers that learning to eat with a spoon is harder than you might think.
Join Nate as he finds out that reading a story to his daughter before bed isn’t exactly what he envisioned.
Newbery-award-winning author and Kansas native Clare Vanderpool visited the library Tuesday, September 20.
Go to the outer limits of literature with us this fall during Fall Reading. Read 8 hours – in a book, magazine, even a web page – between now and Nov. 13 and reap the sweet rewards. Details inside.
Join Nate as he shares with prospective Dads the difference between store brand and name brand groceries as taught to him by his pregnant wife.
The Topeka and Shawnee County Public Library’s emphasis on reading and education doesn’t stop with the summer reading program. It is a year-round project that parents can use to help their children be successful: 1. SCHEDULE STUDY TIME “You can expect that your child will have homework of some kind,” said LeAnn Petrie, Youth Service [...]