As librarians we are here to assist, support and inspire you! One of the things we find our patrons need the most assistance, support and inspiration with this time of year is their costumes!
September 22-28 is Banned Books Week, a time for us to celebrate books that have been banned or challenged. Very often, the targets of these challenges are books that are aimed primarily at a teenaged audience.
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You may of noticed while visiting your local KDL branch some volunteers wearing some awesome purple shirts. If you've ever wondered who they are and what they do then keep on reading.
Kent District Library is pleased to partner with Feeding America to present Meet Up and Eat Up, a summer food program at four KDL branches. Anyone 18 years old and younger can come enjoy a free lunch.
Congratulations to the winners of our 16th annual Write Michigan Teen Poetry Contest! We received entries from nearly 100 young authors. The winning poems were selected by local poet GF Korreck.
The top 10 poems in the written portion for the contest are: