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Summer car care advice and an introduction to the Auto Repair Reference Center will be offered at a free library workshop.
The Champaign Public Library is $500,000 short of the funding needed to maintain current service levels in the coming budget year.
Champaign sixth graders can read Every Soul a Star and visiting with author Wendy Mass in April 2013.
Ready, Set, Read! will help parents build early reading skills in their children, from birth to age 5.
The bestselling author of the Reverend Curtis Black series will be at our Douglass Branch on Tue., Mar. 12, 2013.
The critically acclaimed author of books for children and young adults will visit Champaign as part of a two-year tour in the role of National Ambassador for Young People’s Literature.
Nearly 200 popular magazines are available for unlimited, free digital access.
The Champaign Public Library has been awarded four stars in Library Journal’s latest annual list of America’s “star libraries.”
The author of the bestselling book Choosing Civility will speak at the library on October 4, 2012.
The CPL Mobile app offers easy access to your account, the catalog, library events, and more. Mobile Checkout lets you scan items for checkout with your mobile device.
Library Trustee Michael J. La Due wrote this letter for inclusion in our 100-year time capsule.
The library’s Molly MacRae wrote this journal entry to explain a typical day in the life of the library to those who open our time capsule in 100 years.