A Message from the Librarian

  • National Disability Employment Month

    Posted by Carolyn Eagle on 10/28/2020

    Toronto's ASD Band Looks to Raise Autism Awareness
    "I Got You Babe"

    Missouri Day – Wednesday, October 21
    St. Louis's Jayson Tatum reads "I Can" to his son, Deuce.
    Though it is a preschool book, the message is ageless and his reading is a slam dunk.


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  • Trivia Question to Honor October being National Disability Employment Month

    Posted by Carolyn Eagle on 10/2/2020

    owl with question mark Who is she?

    She had polio at the age of 6 and was told she would never walk again. Later, she won 3 gold medals in track at the 1960 Rome Olympics.

    Click here for the answer.

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  • Ruth Bader Ginsburg

    Posted by Carolyn Eagle on 9/20/2020

    Ruth Bader Ginsburg Ruth Bader Ginsburg, associate justice of the Supreme Court of the United States, died on Friday, September 18, 2020.

    Do you want to know more about Ruth Bader Ginsburg? Listen to these books:


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  • Constitution Trivia

    Posted by Carolyn Eagle on 9/15/2020

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  • Patriot Day Learning Resources

    Posted by Carolyn Eagle on 9/9/2020
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  • Frank Morrison: A Renaissance Man

    Posted by Carolyn Eagle on 9/8/2020

    morrison book covers Frank Morrison has illustrated a lot of children's books. Before he was an illustrator, he was a dancer in the late 1970s.

    QUESTION: With what group did he perform?

    1. Village People
    2. Sugarhill Gang

    (For the answer, scroll to the bottom of this post.)

    If you want to learn more about Frank Morrison, check out the links below.


    B. Sugarhill Gang

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  • Labor Day Learning Resources

    Posted by Carolyn Eagle on 9/2/2020

    labor day words over photo of flag As we all look forward to the upcoming holiday weekend, here is a list of fun and educational activities to help celebrate Labor Day.

    Happy Labor Day!



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  • Online Tutoring Available Through St. Louis County Library

    Posted by Carolyn Eagle on 8/25/2020

    photo collage of students St. Louis County Library is offering students in kindergarten through 12th grade online tutoring with live tutors from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. every day. There is no charge, and all you need is a library card.

    If you don't have a library card, click here to register for one or email me and I will help you get one. You do not have to live in St. Louis County to do this.

    Click here for details about how to access the tutoring service.

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  • We're Back

    Posted by Carolyn Eagle on 6/28/2020

    books on shelf

    Welcome to the 2020-2021 school year!

    We have missed you and look forward to seeing you in the library soon. In the meantime, check out the library resources in this section and keep an eye on this page for the latest updates.

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