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10 to Try Check-in: June

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Happy Audiobook Month! Since we're celebrating audiobooks all month, seems appropriate to finish the Listen to an Audiobook category for 10 to Try in June. I picked Caleb's Crossing for a couple of reasons. First, I love historical fiction on audio, especially historical fiction that's written, as Caleb's Crossing is, in a style that matches the setting - in this case, […]

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Getting Started with Stop Motion Animation

Two boys creating a stop motion video using an iPag

Anyone can make movies! You don't need a big budget, professional cameras, or even actors. With stop motion animation, you can create any length movie from a few seconds to a full length film. All you need is a camera, editing software, props, and your imagination. Library Classes At the library you can attend a […]

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10 to Try Mystery Challenge: Since 1942

Cover image of the book Dreamland Burning by Jennifer Latham

When you find a body under your floor that's been dead for decades, you've got the makings of a cold case mystery. But when it's told in chapters that alternate between the past and the present, there is nothing cold about it. Published since 1942 is a 10 to Try category that invites you to explore the […]

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Summer Meals at the Library

Stop by the library for FREE meals this summer. As a part of our summer reading program, Build a Better World, the King County Library System is offering meals at 12 library locations. The meals are free for all children and teens ages birth to 18. There are no restrictions on family income and no […]

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Teen Summer Reading: iPads, Tacos, and Basketball!

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What do iPads, tacos and basketball have to do with KCLS Teen Summer Reading? These are some of the prizes you can win this year if you participate in our teen summer reading! Teen Summer Reading is open to teens in grades 6-12 and runs from June 1 through August 31. How do you win […]

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