Teens and tweens may have a difficult time understanding what is happening in our world today. Seeing a group of people set a building on fire or loot a store might be interpreted as nothing more than irrational destruction. But there is more to the story.
Connect to Job Help Resources Through the Library
By mpopovichMay 20, 2020
job and career help resources available through the library
Share Your Story – ELPL StoryCorps
By laurenMay 16, 2020
The East Lansing Public Library is launching a StoryCorps program for community members to share their stories during COVID-19 and Michigan's Stay Home, Stay Sa
Cooking with Kids: Soft Pretzels
By cstypaMay 12, 2020
This simple soft pretzel recipe makes for a great experiment in baking!
Earth School with TED
By cstypaMay 11, 2020
Check out Earth School by TED-ed to celebrate, explore, and connect with nature.
It’s Time to Rethink Learning a New Language (now say it in French)
By bscanlonMay 8, 2020
Ok, I'll admit it - I was skeptical about learning a language from a comuter app. I mean, the last time I took a language course was in college - and that's a g
Harry Potter At Home Is At It Again!
By njohnstMay 5, 2020
Starting the first week of May, you can tune in online to watch and listen to some of your favorite Harry Potter celebrities take turns reading
Cooking with Kids: Guacamole
By cstypaMay 5, 2020
Making guacamole with children is a great opportunity to practice knife skills and experiment with flavor.
Share YOUR Story of Life in Quarantine
By bscanlonMay 4, 2020
Life in Quarantine has been.....different. We've never lived this way before. Stores are shuttered. We grocery shop as infrequently as possible. We wear masks,
Caitlyn Gram #5: Let’s Sing The Rain is Falling Down!
By cstypaMay 4, 2020
Sing along with Miss Caitlyn! She's serving up the Hello Song, The Rain is Falling Down, The Itsy Bitsy Spider, and the Goodbye Song.
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