Today’s children’s non-fiction is rich with writing that inspires curiosity. Discover how writers can promote both science and literacy in classrooms.
How to Start a Book Club From Home
By Camilla FitaMarch 24, 2020
Just because our branches are temporarily closed, it doesn’t mean you can’t host or participate in a book club – you will just have to do it a little bit differently. Learn how you can run your own book club from home with some of these free resources.
How to Shelve Your Library Picks for Later
By Karen ChidiakMarch 20, 2020
We've temporarily removed the ability to place holds on physical items in our catalogue. Here are steps to place items on the For Later Shelf so items can be easily turned into holds once the library reopens.
School’s Out: 8 Online Resources to Keep Your Kids Learning
By Alexis MillarMarch 18, 2020
School is cancelled, but that doesn’t mean learning & playing are over. Here are eight resources to keep your kids learning & entertained.
Pathways to Science Writing for Kids
By Joan Marie GalatMarch 17, 2020
Capital City Press featured writer Joan Marie Galat and four other Canadian writers share advice with other writers on writing about science for kids.
Edmonton Public Library Update #3: COVID-19 Response
By Pilar MartinezMarch 14, 2020
All 21 Edmonton Public Library branches are closed indefinitely as of Sunday, March 15.
Edmonton Public Library Update #2: COVID-19 Response
By Pilar MartinezMarch 13, 2020
EPL classes, events and meeting room bookings are suspended effective immediately until further notice
COVID-19 and EPL’s Approach
By Pilar MartinezMarch 11, 2020
EPL is taking several steps to prepare for and respond to the evolving situation of COVID-19, and to mitigate the risk of this virus and its impact.
What you need to know about coronavirus COVID-19
By Alexis MillarMarch 11, 2020
The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) has been circulating the globe. Keep informed on what you should know about COVID-19.
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