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Heather M. -
For this week's Poetry Friday, I wanted to share a poem that will be featured in our newest edition of Kids in Print. Golden The sunset is like gold. I watch it go down in the evening. It's rare, valuable, and precious.... More 
Heather M. -

Poetry Friday: My People

Happy Poetry Friday and National Poetry Month! I am happy to report that poetry is alive and well in the Children's Room. Yesterday, I had a preschooler ask for My People... More 
Heather M. -
Spring has sprung! Most families start thinking about spring cleaning at this time of year, but April is also a good time for your family to clean up its finances. Books, DVDs and a wealth of online resources (check out the list below...) are always waiting for you at all of our Richland Library locations. ... More 
Ashley W. -

Welcoming New Baby

You've read all of the baby books. You've installed the baby seat in the car. And you're mentally prepared for long sleepless nights. But what about the new big brother or sister? Change is so... More 
Sherry W. -

Picture Books about the African American Experience

Share the rich culture and heritage of African Americans with your children. From history to everyday, the picture books listed below are some of the best books that will bring the black... More 
Heather M. -

Caring for Our Families: SNAP

The federal program, SNAP, has appeared in the news repeatedly over the last few months. For more information about this program and how it assists families in our community, I asked Carrie L... More 
Heather M. -
Join us for Family Learning Night on Thursday, March 6th at 6:00 pm in the Bostick Auditorium at Richland Library Main. This learning event will focus on getting your child ready to read, helping emerging readers find success and discovering resources in the community to strengthen your family. Families will learn:... More 
Heather M. -

If You Like Harry Potter, Then Try...

Wild about wizards? Can't get enough of magic and mayhem? Check out this list of Harry Potter read-alikes to discover your new fantasy favorite. The best news? You can check out 60 books with... More 
Leslie T. -

History for Young Children

To read a book set in the past is to live the lives of those who came before us. To know their fears, courage, and hope. Stories of adventure in history abound, and knowing about the past gives... More 
Heather M. -

Ballet, Princesses and All Things Pink Part 1

If your little one twirls instead of walks, goes to sleep in her royal jewels and won't wear anything that isn't pink, then check out these books below. With more than 50 titles, we know that you... More 

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