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Entertaining Infographics for Kids and T…
recommended by KCLS_SarahH
Use these books to practice understanding and interpreting factual information: fun and good for your information literacy.
Use these books to practice understanding and interpreting factual information: fun and good for your information literacy.
Playing With Words & Music
recommended by KCLSReads
Browse titles inspired by the programs and performers in this year's Playing with Words series.
Browse titles inspired by the programs and performers in this year's Playing with Words series.
STEAM Fiction
recommended by KCLSKidsNonfictionSTEAM
Fictional stories that have themes related to STEAM topics (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Mathematics) for children ages 3-12.
Fictional stories that have themes related to STEAM topics (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Mathematics) for children ages 3-12.
Preschool Math
recommended by KCLSKidsBabyToFive
Find fun books to share with your child and explore concepts such as counting, shapes, sorting, and pattern.
Find fun books to share with your child and explore concepts such as counting, shapes, sorting, and pattern.
STREAM Learning for Kids
recommended by KCLSReads
Resources for parents and teachers to introduce science, technology, reading, engineering, art, and math to young children.
Resources for parents and teachers to introduce science, technology, reading, engineering, art, and math to young children.
New & Notable Film: March 2017
recommended by KCLS Librarians: Media
Browse our top picks in under-the-radar new releases.
Browse our top picks in under-the-radar new releases.
Author Paula Becker's Favorite Books
recommended by KCLSReads
Paula Becker, author of Looking for Betty MacDonald, shared some of her favorite books with us.
Paula Becker, author of Looking for Betty MacDonald, shared some of her favorite books with us.
New and Notable for Teens: February 2017
recommended by KCLS Librarians New Reads Teen & Adult
Our top picks in new releases for teens.
Our top picks in new releases for teens.
KCLS Recommends: eBook Science Fiction
recommended by KCLSeBooks
Set in the near or distant future, these novels explore the best and worst of what could be.
Set in the near or distant future, these novels explore the best and worst of what could be.
New and Notable Reads: February 2017
recommended by KCLS Librarians New Reads Teen & Adult
Our top picks in under-the-radar new releases.
Our top picks in under-the-radar new releases.
2016 Literary Lions Authors
recommended by KCLSReads
A selected list of titles from authors who will be attending Literary Lions this year. Salon hosts are listed at the bottom.
A selected list of titles from authors who will be attending Literary Lions this year. Salon hosts are listed at the bottom.
More American History
recommended by KCLS_SarahH
Aimed at teachers and parents, this inclusive list provides a variety of perspectives on U.S. history.
Aimed at teachers and parents, this inclusive list provides a variety of perspectives on U.S. history.
Popular books from 1942
recommended by KCLSReads
Curious what books were popular 75 years ago? Read back in time with great books published in 1942.
Curious what books were popular 75 years ago? Read back in time with great books published in 1942.
Birthday books for young readers
recommended by KCLS Ms. Rayma
Birthdays are worth celebrating! Share the fun- with a few surprises- in these picture books for preschoolers and toddlers.
Birthdays are worth celebrating! Share the fun- with a few surprises- in these picture books for preschoolers and toddlers.
Happy Bill Murray Day!
recommended by KCLSSocialMedia
Celebrate Groundhog Day by watching your favorite Bill Murray films over and over again.
Celebrate Groundhog Day by watching your favorite Bill Murray films over and over again.
Children's Chapter Book Series To Know
recommended by AuburnLibraryTeen
Popular series with new books added in 2016 and 2017.
Popular series with new books added in 2016 and 2017.
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