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School age children

Appropriate for children from kindergarten to around 5th grade.

Amber C. -

And the Teachers Said, “That’s Great!”

Last summer I had the pleasure of sharing with a very bright group at the SC Midlands Summit, an intensive 2-day technology conference for teachers. I talked with the teachers about the online... More 
Sarah G. -

5 Books to Inspire Creative Crafting with Your Kids

Summertime is the perfect opportunity for unstructured arts and crafts! Not only is it fun to dive into a pile of art supplies or recycled materials, but expressive art can help children develop... More 
Rebecca T. -

School Summer Reading Lists 2013

Summertime means summer reading. Find your school's summer reading list here. Library staff can help you find all the books on your list. You can also place them on hold using our online... More 
Heather M. -
Let's get ready to rumble! Battle of the Books is a book trivia competition open to kids between the ages of 9-12. Registration runs from June 1-29 and you can sign up online or at the following locations: Richland Library Main... More 
Heather M. -

5 Books for Diary of a Wimpy Kid Fans

So, you've read all of the Diary of a Wimpy Kid books and you want MORE--more cartoons and more funny stuff. Check out the books below and get more of... More 
Leah B. -

New Arrivals for Children | May 7, 2013

Mo Willems adds another fun tale to the shelves at Richland Library with his book, That Is Not a Good Idea! Check it (or a number of additional new arrivals) out at your library, today... More 
On May 3rd, Richland Library  will unveil Kids in Print 2014 publishing more than 45 young Midlands authors and artists in this year's magazine.  Children and teens submitted their art, poems... More 
A general resource for African research for students at the high-school level or higher. Consists of 450 alphabetically arranged entries covering countries, regions, geographic features, cultural groups, personalities, and general... More 
This three-volume set introduces students to issues surrounding both current energy sources and alternative energy options. While there is significant discussion of the non-renewable resources now used to meet the majority of the... More 


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