St. Paul Public Library
The St. Paul Public Library has chosen Kekla Magoon’s “How It Went Down” as its 2015 Read Brave book. Read Brave is the library’s annual citywide program encouraging young people and adults to read a young adult novel and discuss it.
Here are nine enormous opportunities for Minnesota moms or dads to meet one another.
Teens can earn a chance to board Lady Gaga’s Born Brave Bus when the singer’s tour stops in St. Paul next month.
Library fines and fees can really add up, but now the St. Paul Public Library system has a way to pay them down. All you have to do is read.
The St. Paul Public Library has been awarded a $100,000 grant to create special computer labs for middle and high school students that the funders hope will become national prototypes.
The Friends of the St. Paul Public Library is now accepting nominations for the 2012 Minnesota Book Artist Award.
Oftentimes, parents are more excited when fall rolls around and school reopens than children, but going back to school also means going back to helping with homework.
The city of St. Paul wants to make sure kids don’t go hungry when they are out of school this summer.