A Message from the Librarian

  • National Poetry Month

    Posted by Carolyn Eagle on 5/13/2021

    April was National Poetry Month, and while we're running a little late, we hope that you will enjoy these poetry books during May.

    If You Give a Child a Word (Spoken Art)

    "Children performed an original poem around a single word they each chose that represented their own spirit, their hopes, dreams and vision for their future."

    A Giraffe and a Half (Shel Silverstein Poems)

    The Undefeated (Read by Author Kwame Alexander)

    Emily Dickinson for Kids

    Kwame Alexander Talks About Poetry in "The Crossover"


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  • Missouri Bird Appreciation Day

    Posted by Carolyn Eagle on 3/17/2021

    birds Missouri Bird Appreciation Day is Sunday, March 21. Click here to play a Jeopardy-style trivia game to learn more about birds.

    We've also put together this list of educational activities to go along with Missouri Bird Appreciation Day.

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  • Women's History Month

    Posted by Carolyn Eagle on 3/12/2021

    March is Women's History Month. Click here for a list of educational resources, including book read-alouds and short videos. And watch the video below to learn about Annie Malone.

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Library Guidelines

  • Library Hours: 7 a.m.- 3:30 p.m.

    In general, materials may be checked out for the length of time noted below.

    • Books — 2 weeks
    • DVDs — 1 week