LIVE: Personal Book Recommendations for Kids

The elves at the Fargo Public Library know what books kids want to see under the tree.

If you’re a parent comparing your to-do list for the holidays and the remaining dwindling days on the calendar with increasing panic, the Fargo Public Library Children’s Librarians are here to help.

For the first time, they’re offering personalized reading recommendations to moms, dads and other caregivers about the books your kids are most likely to love.

You can fill out an online form or give the library a call to tell them about your kids’ age, interests and other details, and they’ll come up with the best-bet books out there for your child to read.

They can suggest nonfiction or nonfiction, and even pull titles for you if you’re more interested in borrowing than playing Santa.

Children’s Services Manager Amber Emery Zoomed in live to talk with the Morning Show’s Emily Welker about why they’re expanding the program for kids this year, and the children’s books she’s most excited to share with young readers this holiday season.

For more information:  www.fargolibrary.org/whatsnext

or call 701.241.1495 or email kids@fargolibrary.org.

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