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Summer Reading on the Go

Now featuring ebooks featured at the library, just in time for our annual Summer Reading Challenge. Take your books with you everywhere by downloading them on your tablet or phone.

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Hispanic Heritage Month Reads for Children

Celebrate Hispanic Culture with these books.

CultureGrams

State and country projects made easy, no typing necessary. Travel the world through videos, recipes, photo gallery, and famous people.

Help Your Child with Homework

Use these tips to create a homework routine for your child: #1. Make a homework routine and stick to it! Choose a space and time that…

Horror Graphic Novels for Elementary and Tween Readers

To celebrate Halloween, check out these six spooky graphic novels for elementary and tween readers.

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Hispanic Heritage Month Reads for Children

Celebrate Hispanic Culture with these books.
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Spotlight On

Hispanic Heritage Month Reads for Children

Celebrate Hispanic Culture with these books.

CultureGrams

State and country projects made easy, no typing necessary. Travel the world through videos, recipes, photo gallery, and famous people.

Help Your Child with Homework

Use these tips to create a homework routine for your child: #1. Make a homework routine and stick to it! Choose a space and time that…

Horror Graphic Novels for Elementary and Tween Readers

To celebrate Halloween, check out these six spooky graphic novels for elementary and tween readers.
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