New Large Print – March 2021

Let Us Dream, 92 Francis, Pope

Lana’s War by Anita Abriel

The Power Couple by Alex Berenson

Matthew Johnson, U.S. Marshal by Johnny Boggs

Thunder on the Mountain by Giff Chesire

Buffalo Bill’s Dead Now by Margaret Coel

The Four Winds by Kristin Hannah

Deep in the Alaskan Woods by Karen Harper

The Love Proof by Madeline Henry

A Promise of Ankles by Alexander McCall Smith

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Autism Awareness Month

April is National Autism Awareness Month and we’re joining The Autism Society of America with its “Celebrate Differences” campaign, which is designed to build awareness of the signs and realities of autism. Below are some books and resources that can help you be more aware of autism, promote acceptance, and be more inclusive in everyday life.

Books and Movies

Click here for a list of library items (books and movies for all ages) that discuss autism spectrum disorders and that celebrate differences!


Local Resources: Rainbows United, The Arc of Sedgwick County, WSU’s Autism Spectrum Clinic, and Heartspring Autism Services are just a few organizations available as resources.

National: On the national level, the Autistic Women & Nonbinary Network, the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry’s Autism Resource Center, Autistic Self Advocacy Network, and the Autism Society all provide valuable resources.

Health Reference Center (database provided by the State Library of Kansas): provides an overview of Autism Spectrum Disorder and links to a wide variety of resources.

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Teen Spring Break Bingo

Play bingo starting Monday, March 15th for a fun spring break!

Download the bingo sheet by clicking on the image below and bring it back to the library after you get a bingo (three across, three down, or three diagonal)

Teen Spring Break Bingo

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