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It begins with a kidnapping. A 12-year-old girl disappears from an exclusive school in Switzerland. Her kidnappers don’t want money, although her father has vast sums at his disposal. If he hopes to see his daughter returned, the mysterious kidnappers say, he will abdicate his position: Crow…

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“Teen Titans: Raven” by Kami Garcia, Illustrated by Gabriel Picolo, DC Ink, 2019, $16.99.

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The Emporia Public Library Board of Directors met briefly for its monthly meeting last week, when it had a discussion of library policy.

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The Kids Koncert Series put a bow on its 2019 season with a performance by Richard Renner, the “Vodvill Klown,” Wednesday afternoon.

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What do dirt, shark teeth and toothpaste have in common?

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Emporia Public Library will be having today's Kids' Koncert featuring Dino O'Dell inside at the Civic Auditorium's Little Theater. Show time remains the same at noon. The Emporia Arts Council will be there as well for the kids to create while they wait. Come early to get a good seat.

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The Emporia Public Library will blast off into a summer full of literacy from 2:30 - 4 p.m. Friday at the library at 110 E. Sixth Ave.

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Director of the Emporia Public Library Robin Newell and Executive Director of Emporia Main Street Casey Woods came before the Lyon County Commission to request funding Thursday.

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Hannah, Kristin, “The Great Alone,” Macmillan, 2018. $28.99

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“The Red Address Book,” By Sofia Lundberg, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2019, $25

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Robin Newell, Executive Director of the Emporia Public Library, has received a $2,695 continuing education scholarship from the Kansas Leadership Center to attend its Teach Leadership Intensive held March 11 — 15 in Wichita.

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During a recent meeting of the Emporia Public Library Board, Director Robin Newell spoke about attending the Mid-Winter American Library Association Conference.

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The Emporia Public Library will hold a year-long birthday party in honor of its 150th anniversary in 2019.

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Families created an extra special reading space inside the library during the Family Fort Night to kick off Family Literacy Month at the Emporia Public Library.