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What's New @ SLCL

Curbside Services Starts in June

Curbside service will begin at all branches on Wednesday, June 3. This contact-free service allows patrons to reserve and pick up books, movies and more while practicing social distancing. Patrons will also be able to request and pick up print-outs. Learn more.

Book Drops Reopen May 26

Book drops at all 20 St. Louis County Library locations will open on Tuesday, May 26. Patrons may return books, music and movies to the book drops. Please continue to keep items at home that can only be returned inside a branch–including musical instruments, puzzles, telescopes, Sci-finders kits, binoculars and other items that will not fit through book drop slots. Learn more.

Resources for Students

Many of our electronic resources for kids are now available remotely! Explore online learning, educational games, podcasts, interactive history and more. Learn more.

Summer Reading Club

St. Louis County Library’s Summer Reading Club starts June 1 and runs through August 8. This year’s club will take place exclusively online. The program is available for all ages. Participation is free and registration begins June 1. Learn more

Free Books at Drive-thru Meal Service

St. Louis County Library will provide free books to families attending drive-thru meal service starting Monday, May 11 at 10:00 a.m. Each family will receive a bag containing three new books–one for pre-K readers, one for elementary aged readers, and one for teen readers. The books are intended for families to keep, they do not need to be returned to the library. Supplies are limited. Learn more

LearningExpress Library

Access more than 800 tutorials, practice exams and eBooks for academic and career advancement using your library card and LearningExpress Library. Learn more.

SLCL Provides PBS Kids Playtime Pads to Local Schools

St. Louis County Library is providing over 200 PBS Kids Playtime Pads to two local school districts to help families with young children keep learning during the COVID-19 pandemic. Families do not need internet access to use the Playtime Pads, they come preloaded with PBS content, including video clips, songs, educational games and apps. Learn more

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