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OUR CLIMATE CRISIS

Join a community of readers. Spark a brave conversation about our climate crisis. Get started today with Saint Paul Public Library's citywide reading program.

Read Brave 2020

What climate change issues are you most concerned about in YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD and that you would like to see addressed?

What climate change issues are you most concerned about in YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD and that you would like to see addressed?
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What climate change issues are you most concerned about in YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD and that you would like to see addressed?

  • The risk of urban flooding during extreme rainfalls, resulting in property damage
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  • Improving access to public transit to reduce pollution and our transportation costs
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  • Poor air quality made worse during summer heat waves
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  • Ability to stay cool during heat waves and warm and safe during a power outage or flood
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  • Keeping home energy bills down and improving comfort and energy efficiency
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  • The lack of trees and green space to lessen the adverse impacts of climate change
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  • Other
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Read Brave: Our Climate Crisis Nonfiction

If you finished Climate Justice and are looking for more nonfiction titles that address our climate crisis, this list is for you!

Dr. Kate Knuth on Twitter: "I love this civic capacity-building…" | 2283946

I love this civic capacity-building work on climate that is happening in the @stpaullibrary system.

DIGITAL LIBRARY

Free online resources.

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New Year, New App

A new mobile app is now available for iPhones, iPads, iPods, and Android devices.

Gale Interactive: Science Updates

Updates have been made to Gale Interactive: Science.

Push Notifications Now Available in Libby

Push notifications are now available in the Libby app for OverDrive e-books.

Explore Careers, Craft your Resumé, and Find a Great Job!

Tools and expert guidance to help you find a great job. Explore careers, search for jobs, create resumés and cover letters, and more.

KIDS

The latest events and resources for kids from birth to 11.

Discussion Questions: Bayou Magic

Bayou Magic by Jewell Parker Rhodes, a Coretta Scott King honor author, is this year’s middle-grade selection.

TEENS

The latest for tweens and teens.

U LEAD: Young Adult Employment Program

U LEAD helps young adults, ages 14-24, prepare for future careers.

Read Brave: Voices Songwriting Workshop

Feb 13th | 4:00pm - 5:30pm
Calling all writers, poets and artists! Are you interested in having your stories, poetry, songs, comics or artwork published in a book?

NEWS

The latest news from the library.

News

Winter Wellness - Enjoy a sun lamp at the library

Meditation, painting and creative movement classes, sun lamps and more

Help a child in your community learn to read

Volunteer once a week to help a child (grades 1-5) in your neighborhood improve their reading skills.

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St. Paul Public Libraries is hoping to foster a community-wide conversation about #ClimateChange with its Read Brave program. mprnews.org/episode/2020/0…

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