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A lapsit storytime of songs, rhymes, and movement for babies. Introduce your little ones to the sounds and rhythms of the spoken word and give them a head start on language learning. Designed for birth to 18 months and a caregiver. Siblings welcome.Continue reading »
Toddlers will enjoy this storytime with short stories, songs, fingerplays, and movement activities to reinforce early language learning. Designed for ages 18 months to 3 years and a caregiver. Siblings welcome.Continue reading »
elementia, the teen literary magazine published by Johnson County Library, presents volume 16 this year. We're celebrating with Jacqueline Woodson, a National Book Award winner and National Ambassador for Young People's Literature. Select contributors will read their work and show their art previously published in our pages. Complimentary copies of elementia available, and refreshments will be served. Books by Jacqueline Woodson available for purchase and signing.Continue reading »
If registration is no longer open there, you still may have a chance to get a ticket. Register online or call 913-826-4600 to put your name on the waitlist.
You'll be notified on April 25 if you will get a ticket, and you'll need to pick it up in person from Central Resource Library...Continue reading »
Ticket Giveaway: If you act fast, there are a limited number of free tickets to this event. Register online or call 913.826.4600 to request yours.
We’ll notify the ticket recipients via email on April 20. Recipients will need to pick up their ticket in person from Central Resource Library between April 21-24.
In case tickets become available, join the waitlist.
If you want a guaranteed seat, purchase one by visiting...Continue reading »
Ticket Giveaway: If you act fast, there are a limited number of free tickets to this event. Register online or call 913.826.4600 to request yours from the Johnson County Library.
Meet the Author: Ta-Nehisi Coates
Pre-order admission packages are available on Rainy Day Books.
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