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Need some help formatting your paper with APA Style? We can get you started! More As Springfield gears up for the Greater Ozarks Pridefest, a group of our librarians have created a booklist for children and families who want to explore books celebrating the LGBTQ community.
More As the new season ushers us into warmer temperatures, we tend to clean out those drawers and closets that haven't seen the light all winter. If you're ready to dust, rearrange, and open the windows, check out these picks!
More As colder weather begins to greet us, so do a variety of brand new book titles for the fall season. Here are some top picks to look for in the following months. More As we head into the heat of midsummer, it can be hard to distract ourselves from the temperature. One distraction, one that has persisted for over 150 years, is becoming immersed in a great game of baseball. If you're a fan of America's favorite pastime, check out these books that will take you right out of the park! More Have you ever heard the term "postmodern" to describe something? Check out this article to find out what that actually means and take a look at some postmodern reads from the Library!
More March is often a vacation month. If you're not able to "get away" for Spring Break this year, check out these destination reads!
More As we remember Martin Luther King Jr., take a look at this booklist that focuses on the Civil Rights Movement then and now. More The National Book Foundation announced the winners of the 2014 National Book Awards on Wednesday night in New York City. More On Tuesday, November 4, Greene County residents will have the opportunity to vote on several candidates, four constitutional amendments, and one school bond issue. -- Results are in!
More Both supporters and opponents of Common Core State Standards in Missouri have reached a compromise. What will this mean for students in the years to come? More A Springfield Public Schools teacher is now offering live, weekly math homework advice to parents through Facebook. More