In order to do our part to prevent and/or slow the spread of coronavirus, KDL has made the difficult decision to suspend the lending of library materials until further notice. Patrons will not be able to return or pick up any library materials, including via curbside or after-hours pick up.
Spring is just a few days away, and if you are like me then you have been dreaming of this all winter. At the Comstock Park branch, we are especially excited to raise Monarch caterpillars.
In response to COVID-19, Kent District Library is taking several steps to protect our staff and the general public – in particular the high-risk populations we serve and the high-risk populations who work and volunteer for the library.
Congratulations to all of our home brewers! We did not have an easy task choosing four winners from all of the high quality brews entered into our fifth annual KDaLe Book Inspired Homebrew contest.
After a tragic accident takes the lives of his brother and parents, Eddie, now Edward, must learn how to cope with survivor’s guilt and find a way forward in his life. He moves in with his aunt and uncle and befriends a neighbor girl, Shay, who all help Edward heal.
We are so excited to announce that Katie Lawrence, a librarian at our Grandville Branch, will be on the ballot for the 2022 Newbery Award Selection Committee.
Parents today face a lot of pressures.
Make sure your child eats 6-8 fruits or vegetables a day.
Make certain your child gets 8-12 hours of sleep each night.
Limit screen time to 1-2 hours a day.