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Share Your Story
Join a community project, "We Have Stories To Tell" which unites children with family members, senior citizens and library staff to encourage the development of literacy skills through story telling. Children have the opportunity to make their own books in which they portray the story they are telling with illustrations of their own design.
SCPL News & Announcements - December 2009 Archive
Thank You for supporting the "Wish List" Program
The Santa Cruz Libraries want to thank the community and the participating book stores who have supported the library's book and media budget through the "Wish List" program. Your support has helped bring hundreds of new books into our library branches during a challenging time.
We hope that you will remember us during this season of giving. You can put a book on the shelf of your library branch while you do your holiday shopping. Wish Lists are available at our local partner book stores (below) and on our website.
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A Library Card for Every Child in Santa Cruz County
The Santa Cruz Public Libraries has removed the age requirement for receiving a library card. A child of ANY age can now have a little blue card to check out books, movies, and recorded stories...yes, even toddlers! Plan on making a holiday visit to the Library soon to surprise the little one in your family.
The Central Branch Youth Services staff will gift wrap library cards during the holiday season. For a festive look for your child's first library card, visit the Central Branch Library at 224 Church Street in Santa Cruz by December 17, 2009.
The Library is collaborating with families and schools in many ways to encourage children to have library cards and to use them. Read more about our partnerships using the link below.