Checkers Library TV

Checkers Library TV Reading Road Trip: Full STEAM Ahead! (Fall 2021)

Checkers TV is a weekly educational entertainment program featuring Checkers the Inventor, his robot sidekick, Snoozer, and a variety of special visitors! Each weekly episode also includes segments featuring storytelling, author interviews, art projects, science experiments, interactive games, contests, comedy, magic, and exciting short films that will have children on the edge of their seats. […]

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Mindfulness Tips & Practice for Children, Students, and Caregivers

Free Access to Headspace for SJSD Students & Educators St. Joseph Public School District students and educators with access to their email inbox can access Headspace mindfulness and meditation content for FREE! To register using your email address, please follow the instructions below: Visit this website: If you are new to Headspace, […]

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Fold3 Use our newest databases to research U.S. military records

Fold3 Library Edition

Fold3 provides convenient access to U.S. military records, including the stories, photos, and personal documents of the men and women who served. Original records at Fold3 help you discover and share stories about these everyday heroes, forgotten soldiers, and the families that supported them.  To access outside of the library Click or Tap here and […]

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Sign up for the Library Newsletter

Sign up for the library’s newsletter, ShelfLife, to be the first to learn about exciting programs, news and updates– delivered to your inbox or home free of charge.  Each newsletter contains information about upcoming programs, as well as library services, eContent, current library hours, and more. Email or call 816-232-4038 to sign up today.  […]

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Sign up for BookSizzle

Sign up to receive our weekly BookSizzle newsletter-a weekly roundup of reading recommendations including bestsellers, new arrivals, collection highlights and books discussed on television and radio this week. Look for this newsletter in your inbox every Friday afternoon, just in time for the weekend. Then stop by the library to pick up your selections. See […]

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