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Library to Release ‘Travel North Black Girl’
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Library to Release ‘Travel North Black Girl’

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Rick Riordan Presents: Myths From Around the World!
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Rick Riordan Presents: Myths From Around the World!

The Greek myths are a permanent fixture in Western culture.
Book Groups Are Back! Let’s Discuss “Death on the Nile”
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Book Groups Are Back! Let’s Discuss “Death on the Nile”

Come jo
Goodbye, Mr. Bova
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Goodbye, Mr. Bova

I don’t have very many favorite authors. I have a tendency to jump around a lot.
From the Director: Stay Cool, Read this Summer!
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From the Director: Stay Cool, Read this Summer!

Every year, when the summer sun heats up the day, a very strong memory returns to me.
Kansas City vs Tampa Bay, Part II
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Kansas City vs Tampa Bay, Part II

As the second installment in my blog posts leading up to Super Bowl LV, I thought we could look at somet
Gone but Not Forgotten: Authors We Lost in 2020
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Gone but Not Forgotten: Authors We Lost in 2020

2020 was a year of great loss for many, and the literary world was no exception.
Authors of ‘Holes’ and ‘Dear Martin’ Featured During Digital LitUp
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Authors of ‘Holes’ and ‘Dear Martin’ Featured During Digital LitUp

After cancelling the in-person event this spring, Mid-Continent Public Library is taking its annua
Inspired by Tradition
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Inspired by Tradition

About 25 years ago, a friend and I had the opportunity to talk with filmmaker Charles
Reads for Kwanzaa!
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Reads for Kwanzaa!

Wednesday, December 26, was the first day of Kwanzaa, a weeklong holiday that pays tribute to African heritage and culture
LitUp 2019 Registration Is Now Open!
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LitUp 2019 Registration Is Now Open!

We have some extremely exciting news to share today—
Interview with Local Author Sue Lowell Gallion
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Interview with Local Author Sue Lowell Gallion

Picture book author Sue Gallion stopped by to chat with MCPL.