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Sensory Assistance for Kids

Youth Services now offers sensory friendly tools for children to borrow during their visit to the library. These items help kids cope with stress and sensory struggles so they can enjoy all the library has to offer.

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Jewish Cooking

May is Jewish American Heritage Month! Here are some fantastic cookbooks to explore in your kitchen.

Modern Jewish Cooking: Recipes & Customs for Today's Kitchen by Leah Koenig

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YA Read-Alikes for Now Is Not the Time to Panic

Now Is Not the Time to Panic is a coming-of-age story following Frankie and Zeke, two lonely teenagers in the mid '90s, who decide to make art together, mostly because they’re bored, but also because they want to make their mark on the world; they want to feel like they’ve created someth

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Pink Is for . . .Boys?

“Once upon a time, there was a little boy who didn’t want to wear what all the other boys wore. He wanted to wear blue.”

It could be true!

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Special Interests and Autism

Special interests are a common characteristic for children and adults who have autism spectrum disorder. Visit Wilmette Public Library to explore deep interests, build connections, and learn about resources just right for your family. What can you find at Wilmette Public Library? Read on!

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Woman's Club of Wilmette and the Library

The Woman's Club of Wilmette was established in 1891, and it has been an important part of the Wilmette community ever since. The Club even helped establish the Wilmette Public Library that we know today!

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