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YA Staff Recommendations

Pumpkinheads by Rainbow Rowell

A great fall read that made me want to go to a pumpkin patch, like…

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Stain by A.G. Howard

This is one of my favorite fairy tale retellings of the Princess and the Pea,…

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Sorcery ofThorns by Margaret Rogerson

Rogerson crafted a fabulous story full of magic, libraries, and grimoires. This is a standalone…

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Strange the Dreamer by Laini Taylor

This book completely had my attention from the opening! I never wanted to put it…

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News and Events for Teens

Educational Resources for Students of All Ages

As youth head back to school in a variety of ways this fall, your librarians…

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Escape the Room with a Virtual Egyptian Adventure!

In this virtual escape room appropriate for all ages, you are an archaeologist with a…

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Online Resources for Kids Grades 7-12

Looking for educational resources for youth in grades 7-12? The following learning tools are offered…

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Free Access to TumbleBook Library!

TumbleBook Library is offering free access to its K-6 eBook database, which helps children build…

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Your Kids Should Read Magazines and This Is Why

As adults, most of the reading we do isn’t actually from books. We read a…

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Summer Library Experience Begins June 1

Launch into outer space with an out-of-this-world Summer Library Experience this summer! Kids, teens and adults…

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Teens’ Top Ten Books of 2018

Every year the Young Adult Library Services Association (YALSA) helps teens across the country select…

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Understanding Reading Levels

Helping your child find books that are appropriate for their reading level can be difficult,…

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Resources for homeschoolers

Lake Agassiz Regional Library offers a broad range of resources for those pursuing alternative schooling…

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Items in Spanish and Other Languages

Spanish language and other non-English language materials for the whole family Did you know that…

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Are graphic novels the same as reading regular books?

Is letting my child read graphic novels the same as letting him read regular books?…

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