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coptic book examples July 21, 2024 · Laura Anderson Art Reproductions: Coptic bound btwilightooks Explore a unique bookmaking technique you can play with to make charming art books and journals. kids in animal costumes July 19, 2024 · Debbie Updegraff Great Read Alouds: You want WHAT for a pet?! Debbie's spotted a pack of picture books about rather unusual pets. Let your kids dream up what else could make an interesting pet. boy reading in grass July 18, 2024 · Emily Bays Kid Tested, Librarian Recommended: Sibling adventures Any adventure is twice as fun is when there’s a sibling to share it with. Check out the exciting books we recommend. library 1890 July 16, 2024 · Katie Keckeisen The Library on Capitol Square Discover the library's first permanent home on the Capitol grounds, which library leaders hoped would become "a lasting monument to the enterprise of our city." camera lens July 15, 2024 · Andrew Ross Teen Top City Photo Scavenger Hunt This is a fun opportunity for teens to show off their photography and clue solving skills while exploring Topeka. flim roll and DVD covers July 12, 2024 · Perry Hartmann The Reel World: Adventure, adversity & anime You'll be engrossed in the drama, mystery and emotion of the stories in the most recent award-winning international films. book covers July 8, 2024 · Chris Blocker Fiction Five: Journey to magical worlds Step through the wardrobe and into one of this month’s enchanting new releases filled with nostalgia, sweets & the occasional life lesson. lost in the stacks with book and compass July 2, 2024 · Julie Nelson Lost in the Stacks: The Wives Enter the secret world of Army wives in a new memoir. Local History True Crime header June 28, 2024 · Hayley Swisher Local History: The suspicious death of "Six Foot" Kramer In 1930 Topekans were shocked when a local packing company's VP became the victim of foul play. Discover more about Roy Kramer and his killer. dad daughter reading June 27, 2024 · Sherry Hess Start reading early to avoid the summer slide Summer is the perfect time to encourage kids to read and it keeps a child from losing ground. Let’s build a love for reading in young children by creating a habit that incorporates summertime reading. surprised young woman June 24, 2024 · Rachael Schmidtlein What YA' Reading: Thrillers Find some chilling YA thrillers to distract you from the summer heat. book cover The Women June 21, 2024 · Ginger Park While you wait for The Women If you're waiting for your hold on The Women or have read it and are looking for other powerful reads, check out these novels about strong, brave women. bee on milkweed June 20, 2024 · Kim Sain Kansas pollinators help our gardens grow & so much more Birds, bees, butterflies, moths and other insects such as beetles and wasps are important pollinators that serve critical roles in maintaining quality ecosystems. polymer clay design June 20, 2024 · Katie Keckeisen Artsy Crafty Library: Clay color blends & kaleidoscopes Learn to make a beautiful polymer clay Skinner blend cane with a gradation of color and find crafty ways to use this creation. dad and daughter reading under a blanket June 19, 2024 · Luanne Webb Great Read Alouds: Adventure Awaits! Books provide wonderful getaways even for the youngest travelers. guitars June 10, 2024 · Stephen Ferrell The Western spirit of modern Canadian country Discover a crooner with a voice like well-worn leather, heavy metal licks on a banjo and clever storytelling in these Canadian country bands. happy girl June 7, 2024 · Marlana Hodgkinson Kid Tested, Librarian Recommended: Tantalizing summer stories Summer is an excellent time to pick an amazing book and READ! Books are a great way to Relax and Enjoy a story, to go on an Adventure or to Discover something new. Fiction 5 book covers June 5, 2024 · Chris Blocker Fiction Five: Fantastic beach reads From romantic sparks in the dog park to spicy encounters on Mediterranean beaches, you’ll find plenty of heat in this month’s new fiction. Hell put to shame June 3, 2024 · Julie Nelson Lost in the Stacks: Hell Put to Shame Learn how a 1920s Georgia murder farm brought the federal crime of peonage to light. the Bookmark Pink May 28, 2024 · Elizabeth Tschetter The Bookmark S5E33: Bookish Balderdash part 2 Listen to the season finale Autumn and Chris are are joined by Debbie Stanton and Julie Nelson for a game of book first lines. kids running outside May 23, 2024 · Sherry Hess 12 fun & easy ideas to get kids active Active kids are healthier kids. Find ideas to make physical activity fun and a regular part of life. While you wait May 21, 2024 · Ginger Park While you wait for Funny Story Check out entertaining rom-coms with fake dating or opposites attract while you wait for Emily Henry's latest book. multicolored sequins May 20, 2024 · Laura Anderson Art Reproductions: Sequins, sequins everywhere Try creating sequin and bead art inspired by artist Kristin Morland and discover more about her work. The Bookmark Green May 20, 2024 · Elizabeth Tschetter The Bookmark S5E32: Bookish Balderdash part 1 Listen is as we try to guess the first line of books none of us has read.
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