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Kids in Motion: Autism and Asperger Resources and Groups

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The Kids in Motion page contains links to information for caregivers of people with autism, Asperger syndrome and/or other special needs/sensory challenges.


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Subscribe to your favorite authors and receive email or text-message notifications when the library orders their latest books. Learn everything you need to know on the site's "How it Works" page.

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Emily's Book Shelf, a website where readers in Grades 3 through 8 can review and rate books that they have read.


Youth Services Blogs

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TumbleBooks are now available on FunStation PCs in the Youth Services area and at home! Have fun with reading in a whole new way!

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Reading Readiness

Easy Reader GuideA Guide to our Easy Reader collection.


What to read next

Book Series and Sequels Check out the "Juvenile Series and Sequels" page from Mid-Continent Public Library.


A program aimed at improving literacy skills for children in grades K and up by making reading a fun and exciting experience.

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New Readers Club!

Are you a new reader? Are you up for a fun challenge? Then join the New Reader's Club! It's easy to do: just pick out a book you like to read, then practice, practice, practice, then read it aloud either to a librarian or--if you're shy--to our mascot, Poe! You'll get a certificate, and a sign will be posted to let everyone know that YOU are the newest reader at the library! YOU can do it!

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Chat with a librarian to get help with your research.

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WPPL Homework Help Center

To Contact Youth Services

Call: (440) 250-5471
Or to email the department, go to our Contact Page and choose "Youth Services/Teen" from the drop down menu.