Resources and tips from KCLS librarians for the students in your life.
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Summer Reading Begins June 1

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Keep your students reading over summer break by encouraging them to join our Summer Reading Program! The goal is to read 1,000 minutes or to complete 50 early learning activities. Time spent reading can include reading to others, or listening to an audiobook. Check out our free events for all ages, both in person and online.

Sign up for Summer Reading

eBooks for Kids and Teens

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Find the right eBook for your students. Read on a computer, mobile device or eReader. Customize the font size, spacing, or use a different font including dyslexic. Collections are available for kids and teens, and in Spanish and other languages.

Visit OverDrive

Pride Month Online Author Visits

Honor Pride Month by hearing award-winning authors discuss their books, lives and writing process. On June 7, Kyle Lukoff will discuss several of his books, including Stonewall winner Too Bright to See. Then join a June 28 discussion with Lev AC Rosen, author of Jack of Hearts and Camp.

Contact Us

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Do you have questions? Reach out to

Need help? Contact Ask KCLS at, or call us at 425.462.9600 or 800.462.9600.

Phone lines open Monday–Saturday, 10am–6pm and Sunday, 12–5pm.
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