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Study Skills 101

Of all the lessons we learn in school, teachers rarely cover how to study but study skills can make all the difference when it comes

Your Fall To-Do List

Too old for costumes and trick-or-treating but still looking for fun ways to rock the fall season? Try these ideas

Turtles, Stars & Paper Towns

I’m not ashamed to admit that I read young adult fiction and here’s why … It tackles serious issues but in a hopeful way

Food for Fines

Lexington County Public Library will waive late fees for overdue materials that are returned during our second annual Food for Fines to be held November

Weird Westerns

If you’ve never heard of a Weird Western, here is what it is in a nutshell. Weird Western is the merging of two distinct genre

The Jacked Squash

It’s National Pumpkin Day. This spectacular squash comes in different shapes and sizes — can be served as a mouthwatering main meal or a delectable dessert

Thrillers You Need to Read

As the seasons change so do reading tastes. It is time to put away the beach reads of summer and bring out something with more

Transitioning from J to YA

For parents of teens and tweens, moving from the juvenile section of the library to young adult can be intimidating. Young adult literature represents a

Fall Into Winter Reading

The days are getting colder and the nights are getting longer — but reading always brightens up our day so we’re challenging you to Fall Into