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Auto repair information, maintenance schedules, recalls, trouble codes, service bulletins, diagrams and more. Available at the library only.
Full digital copies of magazines for your computer, tablet or smartphone. Choose from many popular titles, with no due dates.
This comprehensive genealogy resource includes U.S. Census records, passenger lists, and genealogical charts. Find it at all SPPL locations!
Lynda.com features online instructional videos covering software, technology, creative, and business skills. Free with your library card.

Family Learning Survey (2019)

As part of Saint Paul Public Library's strategic direction, we are working to improve the opportunities for families to come to the library and learn or do what they want in a way adds value to our community.  We are hoping to learn more about what that looks like for you.

Family Learning Survey (2019)

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KIDS

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

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Congratulations to the 2019 I Read! I Vote! bookmark contest winners!

TEENS

The latest for tweens and teens.

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Online test preparation for students preparing for their Minnesota driving tests.
As a diehard Harry Potter fan, I couldn't say no to a challenge where each book completed is studying for your Hogwarts O.W.L.s.

NEWS

The latest news from the library.

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Summer Reads VISTAs work together to fight the summer slide – the decline of literacy skills in low-income children in grades K-3.
Educators at several St. Paul schools with large Hmong populations struggled to find materials in their own language and with portrayals of…
Artists and collaborators Gita Ghei, Melvin Giles, and Aki Shibata have a vision for Rondo Community Library.

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