If a child shows an interest in something you can get them looking at books about it. A toddler has seemingly endless interests: blabbering, spinning in circle
Did you know that on the first Wednesday of the month, Baden Library hosts "Resume Ready?" This program encourages teens and young adults to work one-on-one with a staff member to craft their first resume or tune up an existing one.
You can meet Susie Ghahremani at the Schlafly Branch Library on Saturday, October 12, at 10am, and receive a FREE copy of Stack the Cats while supplies last! Find out more here!
Reading Pays – Pass it On! is a St. Louis Public Library program which promotes literacy and offers younger patrons an opportunity to meet an author, hear how they practice their craft, and learn what it’s like to write and publish a book. Each spring and fall, an author is invited to visit St. Louis and speak at two local schools and one of SLPL’s neighborhood locations.
Join us for a rootin’ tootin’ special storytime at The Gateway Arch. Storytellers will wow kids with puppets, live music, and stories for this cowboy themed st
Most preschoolers (and a lot of people who are older than that) would know him for his books about a pigeon and for his beginning reader series, Elephant and Pi