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New Catalog Is Live!

Kanawha County Public Library is excited to announce that our new catalog is now live. It still contains many of the features that you have come to know but also has some awesome new features that we think you’ll love.

• Improved searching allows you to find exactly what you want and exclude those you don’t.

• With My Account, it is easier than ever to manage your holds or track your checkout history (optional).

• Create a wish list with My Lists. You can email it, save it, or even text it to your phone.

Please note that some features of the new catalog may not work properly with older Web browsers or Internet Explorer (version 8 or earlier). The catalog is best viewed with these web browsers: Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, or Microsoft Internet Explorer v10 or higher.

Begin your new catalog experience now!

You can find help in the new catalog by clicking here or use the Help found in the catalog itself.

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Grand Hotel - Greetings from Old Sweet Springs, W. Va. WV Reads 150 Plus: A New Year and A New Challenge

We’re continuing this popular reading challenge in 2014. Form your team of any size and read a minimum of 151 books between Jan. 1 and Dec. 31, 2014. Download the registration form and take it to your local KCPL location to receive your book log and get started. For more information, visit any KCPL location.

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On June 20, 1863, West Virginia became a state, and 2013 marks its 150th birthday. To help celebrate the sesquicentennial we have prepared this reading map to help you explore the vast richness of the Mountain State.

Use this reading map with materials for all ages - adults, teens, and children - to explore.

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Celebrate National Reading Group Month

Celebrate National Reading Group Month

Saturday, October 11

Ray Room, Main Library

11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Special presentation at 12 noon by Robin Nesbitt

Stop by and find out about the library’s book discussion groups or learn how to start your own book group.

At noon, Robin Nesbitt from the Columbus Metropolitan Library will answer all of your questions about starting or enhancing a book club.

Refreshments will be provided by The Friends of The Library Foundation.

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Novelist

cover photo: Soup Day

Soup Day

A mother and child spend a snowy day together buying and preparing vegetables, assembling ingredients, and playing while their big pot of soup bubbles on the stove. Includes a recipe for "Snowy Day Vegetable Soup."

Find more reading, viewing and listening suggestions in our Popular Materials section.

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logo: NoveList Plus NoveList Plus will help you answer the question of what to read next with information about thousands of fiction and nonfiction titles, as well as advisory, teaching and learning materials for readers, teachers and librarians.

logo: NoveList Plus K-8 NoveList Plus K-8 provides information about fiction and nonfiction titles for grades K-8 as well as advisory, teaching and learning materials for readers and teachers.

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West Virginia Reads 150 Plus: A New Year and A New Challenge

Grand Hotel - Greetings from Old Sweet Springs, W. Va.

We’re continuing this popular reading challenge in 2014. Form your team of any size and read a minimum of 151 books between Jan. 1 and Dec. 31, 2014. Download the registration form and take it to your local KCPL location to receive your book log and get started. For more information, visit any KCPL location.

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