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Library staff have spent the winter reading from a wide assortment of genres: historical fiction, fantasy and science fiction. However, mystery and intrigue seems to be a prevailing theme among many of titles. Have you already read one of these books? Submit … Continue reading
“Divergent” Celebration Monday, March 3, 2014 › 6:30 p.m. Columbia Public Library Pick your faction and choose your fate! Join us for the celebration of the release of “Divergent,” the film based on Veronica Roth’s popular novel. We’ll discuss the … Continue reading
VOTE NOW through February 23 for the Sweet 16 Daniel Boone Regional Library has received nearly 50 ballots in our March Madness Teen Book Tournament! Through a series of votes, we are narrowing our list of the 32 most popular teen books to one grand … Continue reading
On a Roll With Duct Tape Tuesday, February 25 › 3:30-4:30 p.m. Southern Boone County Public Library Duct tape is amazing stuff. People make wallets, purses, clothing and even shoes out of it. What can you make out of duct … Continue reading
As young adult looking for help applying to college, the best place for you to start is with your high school guidance counselor. Planning for college begins in earnest during your junior year and your guidance counselor can help you … Continue reading
Every January the American Library Association hosts its annual Youth Media Awards Press Conference. At this time, authors and illustrators of children’s and young adult literature are recognized for the amazing works they have published over the last year. Below is a list of … Continue reading
Today, there are more women and people of color attending college then ever before. In an effort to provide equal access to higher education and promote campus diversity, colleges and civic organizations provide financial aid exclusively to these groups. As … Continue reading
Reinvent Your T-Shirt Thursday, February 13 › 5:30-7 p.m. Columbia Public Library Bring your old t-shirts, and we’ll transform them into new fashions, such as scarves, bracelets and headbands. Ages 12 and older, adults welcome. Registration begins Tuesday, February 4. … Continue reading
Grants and loans and scholarships, oh my! With so many options to fund your college education, it’s easy to see how one might get confused. Here’s a basic breakdown of the most common forms of financial aid as defined by … Continue reading
The registration deadline for the March 8 SAT exam is Friday, February 7. Sign-up online. If you would like to know more about testing locations, exam costs and fee waivers, please visit our online guide to SAT/ACT preparation. The library also has … Continue reading