Mid-Continent Public library has a host of great reads for teens! A favorite subject for youth are Zombies! The Zombie Survival Guide is your key to survival against the hordes of undead who may be stalking you, right now.
If you are looking for economical ways to spend this summer with your kids, make sure to get them signed up to participate in this year’s Summer Reading Program.
The program runs from May 24 through July 31, and encourages recreational reading for kids of all ages. Prizes based on the number of minutes spent reading can be earned, so make sure to sign up online.
Mr. Michael is coming! Mr. Michael is coming!Please join Mr. Michael for his Kidz in Motion program.There will be lots of singing, dancing and acrobatics.He will be at on the Platte City Library on Monday, July, 12 at 7:00pm. Join the FUN!
Do you want to take a summer vacation without breaking your budget? Consider staying in Missouri and checking out the sites! Missouri is the home of the Pony Express, the Ozarks, Mark Twain’s birthplace, and the thirty-third President of the United States, Harry S. Truman, to name a few. Did you know that Missouri is also home of the Frisco Highline Trail and Thespian Hall?
Make a Splash at the Camden Point Branch with the Summer Reading Program
The Make a Splash Summer Reading Program is off to a running start at the Camden Point Branch. Kids are checking our books, reading them, and logging their time read on the computer. Did you ever wonder what the most checked-out children’s books are? We did. So, we check and here is what we found out.
Using the genealogy databases are fun and they can be accessed from your home computer or at your local MCPL branch. I used the FamilySearch Internet Genealogy Services database to research the family tree of one of my great-great-grandmothers and found many interesting relatives. I found descendants that were kings and queens and one line going all the way back to Adam and Eve!