Your favorite winter reading program for adults is back! Kent District Library is pleased to present Let It Snow. Adults (18 and older) who participate and read a minimum of six books in different categories between January 2 and March 31 will receive a Let It Snow 2018 travel mug.
I come from a family of readers. So it came as no surprise that while we were gathered around the dinner table enjoying our holiday meals, the conversation drifted toward what we have been reading.
Want some ideas on how to help your child with reading skills? Here are some fun ones!
Find new favorite books, movies and music based on your current favorites! Check out KDL StoryCompass, available for all ages. You now have access to the materials advisory expertise of the KDL staff at any moment of the day when it is needed.
This year has passed with the release of some blockbuster hits and some films not achieving acclaim from critics or viewers.
Tom Noreen has been appointed to the Board of Directors of the Kent District Library by the Kent County Board of Commissioners. Noreen will represent Spencer, Tyrone, Nelson and Oakfield Townships.
Reading is like eating to us: Something we've just gotta do, but for lots of different reasons. And when that sustenance surprises us, it's a pleasure to work through the unexpected feelings it elicits.
2018 is gearing up to be the best KDL Lab year yet! Our KDL Labs have been going strong for three years now. To keep learning fun and exciting for school-age library users, our Labs are designed around Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math.