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For Kids

Find content for kids of all ages. The Frisco Public Library has many resources, events and much much more.

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"Friends stick by each other when one is down. That is a true test of friendship. But sometimes, it is harder to stick by a friend who is up. That is the…

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Dear Diary Day

Looking for a way to celebrate Dear Diary Day? Check out one of these books!

Dear Diary...Today's YOUR Day!

We’re celebrating Dear Diary Day by giving you tips and prompts to help you get started with your very own diary.

For Teens

Find content for teens. The Frisco Public Library has many resources, events and much much more.

Ramona Quimby, Age 8

These realistic stories featuring kids being kids are great for independent readers and family read-alouds.

Dear Diary...Today's YOUR Day!

We’re celebrating Dear Diary Day by giving you tips and prompts to help you get started with your very own diary.

Frisco Teen Advisory Board Picks: Pranathi

Enjoy this selection of mystery and fantasy books suggested by Pranathi, a member of our Frisco Advisory Board.

For Adults

Find your next great read, see upcoming events, and learn tips and tricks for the Makerspace.

The Waterbending Expert's Reading List

Books Katara suggests every master read...

Ramona Quimby, Age 8

These realistic stories featuring kids being kids are great for independent readers and family read-alouds.

Go West for Mystery

Do you like mysteries and westerns? If so, you'll love these mysteries that take place in the vast and untamable West.

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