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Library News Archives - March 2012

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Author Bruce Hale Offers Hope for Young, Reluctant Readers

Children's book author Bruce Hale, coming to the Library Center April 12, says exposure to the right book or book series can turn a non-reader into a book lover -- and even a writer.   More...
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Busy Spring and Summer Planned at the Library

April marks the beginning of one of the busiest periods at the Library, when we offer a full schedule of programs for all ages during the Big Read all month, Money Smart Week April 21-28, and begin gearing up for the jam-packed summer reading programs for kids, teens and adults. It’s non-stop between now and fall, and we hope you’ll join us.
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Join the Big Read at the Library; Enter Drawing for "Shrek The Musical" Tickets

We promised a Big Read this year, and it’s big. The Library has a film, lecture, author visit, game night, book discussion or something fun planned for kids, teens or adults on 24 of the 30 days in April.

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Join "The Hunger Games" Excitement at the Library

Not since the Harry Potter and Twilight series has there been so much stir about a book-to-movie phenomenon as we’re seeing now with "The Hunger Games." So count on the Library to jump on board as we near the movie’s March 23 release.

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Get E-reader Help, Celebrate "The Hunger Games" and Enjoy Live Bluegrass Music at the Library

Our next series of e-reader help sessions begins Thursday, March 15, with an 11 a.m. class at the Brentwood Branch Library.  More...
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Library Partnerships Work for Good of All

“Synergy” is a word that works hard for the Library. As a public trust that stretches every $1, we nurture partnerships with other organizations because together we have an effect greater than what we do individually.

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“The Border Between Them” Book Talk features author Jeremy Neely and Civil War Panel March 5

Civil War historian Jeremy Neely will discuss his book, "The Border Between Them: Violence and Reconciliation on the Kansas-Missouri Line," at 6:30 p.m. March 5 in Meyer Library.
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