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Great Books to Teach Kids Empathy

Few things make us happier than helping kids fall in love with reading—whether it’s watching a toddler learn to sound out words on their own or a kid finding the book that makes them feel seen, we love it all.…

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October New Books

A new month brings new books! If you are looking for a good read, check out this list for some ideas for your hold list.

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Celebrate Latine and Hispanic Heritage Month with Youth Services

Happy Latine/Hispanic Heritage Month! According to the National Hispanic Heritage Month website, “Each year, Americans observe National Hispanic Heritage Month from September 15 to October 15, by celebrating the histories, cultures and contributions of American citizens whose ancestors came from…

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September New Books

Fall is coming and so are a crop of great new reads. Check out our list below to find some of the top picks for September. Click on the link to put a hold on the book or call 708-689-6125.…

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Sustainable BBQ

Ashley Simone of Zesty Catering joined the library virtually for a cooking class in July. Check out the recipe below along with other books to help explain sustainable cooking.  

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August New Books

The library is always getting new books. Find your next great read below! Or, you can get recommendations from library staff members. Go to fppl.org/getarec.    

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10 Books To Get Kids Hype For The Summer Olympics

The Summer Olympics are almost here and the Youth Services department has a list of books to engage young readers in this special competition. From a mystery novel set at the Tokyo Summer Olympics (written by Olympic medalists, the Shibutani…

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