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Creepy Creatures Called Cryptids
West Virginia, 1966. Midnight.
Graphic Novels Count!
“I want my child to read a book that counts.
Dungeons and Dragons: It’s for Everyone!
The fantasy role-playing game of Dungeons and Dragons (DND) has been around since the 1970s and allows p
Connecting the Past to the Present
“The difference between try and triumph is a little umph.” –Marvin Phillips
Romance GenreCon 2023: Headlining Authors
In the spirit of Valentine’s Day, Mid-Continent Public Library is pleased to announce that its annual
An Introduction to MCPL’s Culinary Center
With any luck, you have had the chance to saunter through the vast and well-organized aisles of books an
Book Review: ‘Extraordinary Black Missourians’
John, Sylvia, and John Wright, Jr., a dedicated family of researchers, combine their decades
What Are You Calling Yourself These Days? Early Welsh Naming System
A friend of mine was interested in learning more about her Welsh heritage.
Love Your Library!
February is Library Lover’s Month, so let me show you all the ways the Library shares its love with the
A New Way to Work with Your MCPL Account
Wouldn’t it be great if you could log in to your Mid-Continent Public Library account and immediately se
Graphics for Grown-Ups
“Comics are for kids.” That has always been the consensus. But what about graphic novels?
How to Start a Nonprofit
Starting a nonprofit is a very noble goal that requires a lot of hard work and determination.