Whether you are back-to-school in person or virtually, an active library card should be at the top of your supplyRead more
Starting in 2020, you can help your child prepare for Kindergarten at your local library! Cass County Public Library will offer 1000 Books Before Kindergarten at every branch. Through this program, you can help build your child’s reading skills so that they can succeed when they get to school.Read more
Summer Reading is back! Explore a Universe of Stories throughout the summer, and earn cool prizes.Read more
‘Tis the season for hot chocolate and good reading! Add to your holiday reading traditions this year by checking outRead more
We’re throwing a party for Dr. Seuss!
We’ll have more fun than a dancing moose
We’ll read, and play, and snack; what fun!
Bring your friends, mom, and everyone!
Tumble Book Library, a resource that we have offered to our patrons for a while now, has an exciting update. Besides being able to access hundreds of eBooks and animated storybooks in the library or at home, you can now access Tumble Book Library from your iOS or Android mobile device!Read more
All Cass County Public Library branches and the Bookmobile now have access to ABCMouse, an early learning resource for children ages 2 to 8.Read more
Free Summer Movie in the Park – The Peanuts Movie
Amphitheater, Harrisonville City Park
706 Ash St, Harrisonville, MO
The Movie begins at dusk.
What could be better than story time at the library? Don’t miss these special guest presenters this summer.Read more
Sign up for Summer Reading Program today!Read more
Mrs. Wanda Brown (June 16, 1918 – December 2, 2015) was a longtime benefactor of Cass County Public Library and supporter of the public library in our community. Among other contributions, she donated the funds to expand the children’s area of the Harrisonville library and to create a designated story time area. Below, Harrisonville Branch children’s specialist, Sara Steinmetz, marks Mrs. Brown’s recent passing and commemorates her contributions to the library and the Harrisonville community.Read more
We recently participated in a state-wide project to record and document a typical day in the life of a public library. On that day, library staff members made a special effort to take pictures of anything and everything going on in the library. Our staff took photos of many typical activities – patrons using the wireless internet, children making crafts, a group discussing a book, staff behind the circulation desk, a library courier sorting books in the garage – and posted it all on Facebook with the hashtag #molibraries.Read more
Missouri readers are fortunate that virtually every age group can explore new authors and books that are high-quality literature by reading nominees from Missouri book award programs.Read more
Getting kids ready to read doesn’t have to be difficult. Even the youngest babies are primed to learn. Share cloth or board books with high contrast pictures, books with faces, or books with interactive aspects (touch and feel books, or lift the flap books). Most of these books can be enjoyed in ten minutes or less. Share nursery rhymes and silly songs with babies. Use different voices and sounds for each character. Don’t worry if your child wants to read the same book over and over again! If she enjoys one book, she can learn to enjoy others!Read more
Bringing your children to the library’s storytime is a sure and simple way to instill a life-long love of books and learning. The excitement of storytime can begin a lifetime of reading and discovery!Read more