KC Public Library Blog
The Education of Henry Adams is, by any reckoning, a peculiar autobiography. It is written in the 3rd person, and Adams fails to include every major event of his life in his work, leaving out twenty whole years, years that included his entire marriage and his wife’s suicide.
Have you ever wondered what it is like to be a cowboy or cowgirl? Have you dreamed of roaming the range with your favorite horse with a beautiful sunset behind you? One thing that I know about being a cowboy is that you'll say, "Giddyup!" when you want your horse to move forward, and "Whoa!" when you command it to stop. I know, that's not much, isn't it? That's why I checked out these books about cowboys from the library. Check them out yourself and let us know what you think of the Wild West!
Imagine listening to a children’s book being read to you while you are at home cooking dinner. Imagine enjoying a fairy tale with your children before getting ready for bed. The Library’s Dial-a-Story program is a free, 24/7 service, and all you need to do is to lift the telephone handset and dial.