Staying informed about what’s happening in your community, nation, and world is now easier than ever, thanks to PressReader, the latest addition to the Library’s collection of digital services. PressReader gives you one place to manage the news – whether it's from local, national, or international sources – and your Kansas City Public Library card gets you free and unlimited access to over 6,000 newspapers and magazines from around the world, in 60-plus languages… no subscriptions required.
In the wake of the unprecedented events in our nation’s capitol on January 6, 2021, having access to the latest updates and information is extremely important. Your Kansas City Public Library card unlocks free access to journalism from local, national, and international sources that help you keep track of what’s happening in the world.
Librarian Katie Dennis grew up in the country in a family of birdwatchers, but never shared the interest until she became a city dweller. Now, she's found bird watching to be a relaxing, affordable, and easy way to connect with nature while social distancing. Learn more about resources to help any budding birdwatcher.
The Kansas City Star Image Edition service provides readers with free access to digital versions of the full paper, with an archive ranging from 2013 to present. View the paper online just as it appears in print; plus you can share, clip, print, and save articles, add citations, conduct searches, and view easily on mobile devices.