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The Young Adult Library Services Association (YALSA) has announced the official titles of the 2016 Teens’ Top Ten. Teens all over the world voted starting August 15 with voting lasting through Teen Read Week, October 9-15. Altogether, over 28,000 votes were … Continue reading
See what useful updates we’ve made to the library’s new website and help us beta test it now at beta.dbrl.org. We want your help troubleshooting anything we’ve missed during our in-house testing. Try it on your computer and mobile devices, … Continue reading
Be sure to register online by Friday, November 4 if you plan to take the December 10 ACT exam. If you would like to know more about testing locations, exam costs and fee waivers, please visit our online guide to ACT/SAT preparation. The library … Continue reading
Blacklight Art Columbia Public Library Monday, November 7, 5:30-7 p.m. Learn about the science of light while creating glowing works of art with special fluorescent paint. Ages 10 and older. Registration required. To sign up, please call (573) 443-3161.
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid, or FAFSA, is the primary application used by all colleges and universities to determine your eligibility for grants, loans, work-study and scholarships. More importantly, this form is mandatory for all those planning to attend college. The Missouri Department … Continue reading
Celebrate Teen Read Week by getting in on the #bookface social media phenomenon. Replace your face (or a friend’s!) with a book’s cover, creating the illusion that you and the jacket art are one. We’ll have a selection of books to use … Continue reading
On average, 2.8 million teens runaway from home each year. Rainbow House, a local emergency shelter for youth, receives 10-15 calls each month from teens who have either been abused or kicked out of their homes. To help combat this … Continue reading