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Celebrate Kansas Day With Books

On January 29, 1861, Kansas became the 34th state in the United States of America. There is no better way to celebrate than by reading great books set in Kansas.

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Seven Ways to Celebrate Audiobook Month During June

I hope you have already discovered the joys of listening to audiobooks.  If you haven’t, June is the perfect month to discover a whole new way to read–since June is Audiobook Month.  Here are seven ways to celebrate this month: 1.  Download free audiobooks via SYNC. SYNC is a program that lasts all summer long […]

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Color Outside the Lines

Somebody call the fire department – it’s getting hot in Youth Services! What else would you expect from this smokin’ new STEAM program for 8-12 year olds?

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Ghost Hunting at the Library

Do you want to hunt for ghosts? Good, because the library is haunted. Really. In fact, according to my reliable sources, ghost sightings are a regular occurrence around here. So on January 25th, 2014, we will search for these specters. And with the help of the Kansas Paranormal Investigators, we’ll have the equipment to do […]

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Creature Feature: Frogsicle?

Have you ever wondered how a tree frog survives this cold weather? Find out with animal expert, Jackie Hurst. Frogsicle, anyone?

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Guys Read is better than…

The guys of the Topeka field office of Guys Read, the Mustache Killers, challenged themselves. “Can we recruit more guys for Guys Read?” they said. “Yes, we can!” And so they did.

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