Learn a foreign-language on-the-go with the latest Library digital tool: Pronunciator.
Pronunciator is a fun and free way to learn any of 80 languages with self-directed lessons, live teachers, movies, music, and more.
- Full-featured apps for all Android, Apple and Kindle Fire devices.
- Up to 22 months of guided instruction per language or just an 8 week pre-trip immersion
- Language-learning through the hits of major recording artists, with lyrics.
- Download any of 4,000 phrasebooks in PDF format and take it with you on your next adventure.
- Hundreds of hours of audio lessons per course helps you extend your learning offline. Download to your mp3 player or burn to CD for your commute.
- Interactive full-length feature films, with integrated drills and quizzes.
- 6-week immersion for frontline healthcare providers to better communicate with patients and their families.
- Prepare for the real world of language with workplace-specific exercises.
- Proprietary speech analysis and real-time scoring ensures you are speaking accurately and understandably.
- 100 videos with interactive exercises to prepare New Americans for the Naturalization Test.
- Grammar References provide the insights you need to take your learning further, faster.
- Virtual conversations simulate real-world interaction to an uncanny degree. It’s the closest you can get to speaking face to face with a native.
- Perfect your pronunciation of tonal languages like Chinese, Thai, and Vietnamese with our pitch drill, which uses musical notes to compare your pitch with native speakers.
- Hop on board video city tours and learn about major sites in style.
- Fun short films for the youngest learners.
This database replaces Mango Languages. Let us know what you think.
Do you have late fees at the library?
August is Food For Fines Month.
Through August 31st, bring canned items or dry food items to donate. For each donated item, we will remove $2 of overdue fines from your account. (We cannot remove fees charged for lost or damaged books).
Please make sure the expiration date has not been reached on donated items.
The food will be donated to local food banks.
Retiring Archie Branch Manager, Gail Roberts, at a reception in her honor.
After over 10 years as manager of the Archie Branch of Cass County Public Library, Gail Roberts is retiring from the position.
A retirement reception was held in her honor on Thursday at the Archie library. Family, co-workers, and library patrons stopped by to congratulate Gail.
We congratulate Gail on her retirement and thank her for her many years of service to our community.
She will be greatly missed by her colleagues and by the many Archie residents for whom she has long been the familiar, friendly and helpful face of the library.
The library will be showing the new Peanuts movie this Friday evening at the Harrisonville Park amphitheater.
Free Summer Movie in the Park – The Peanuts Movie
Amphitheater, Harrisonville City Park
706 Ash St, Harrisonville, MO
The Movie begins at dusk.
Join your friends from the library for a FREE Summer Movie at the City Park Amphitheater in Harrisonville! We’re showing The Peanuts Movie this Friday, June 24th.
We are partnering with Harrisonville Parks and Recreations to bring you this event. Library staff will be on site to register interested families in their Summer Reading Program and talk about upcoming programs at the library.
Bring your families, blankets & lawn chairs and enjoy a fun-filled evening watching a free movie under the stars in the park!
The movies starts at dusk! Concessions will also be available to enjoy!
Posted in Archie, Cass Kids, Drexel, Garden City, Harrisonville, Northern Resource Center (Belton), Pleasant Hill, Programs and Events
Tagged Harrisonville Parks and Recreation, movie in the park, movies, Peanuts, Summer Reading Program, The Peanuts Movie
The library book drop located at the Peculiar City Hall.
Did you know there’s a place for you to return borrowed library material right in Peculiar?
The library book drop is located at City Hall (250 Main St.). You can drive right up and return your books without getting out of your vehicle.
We empty it every day and we backdate returns to the previous day. So you don’t have to worry about late fees.
Remember the Bookmobile is in town every Wednesday from 1:45pm to 7:00pm. You can check out and return library material there, too.
We try to keep a rotating collection that includes something for everyone on the Bookmobile. But if you don’t find what you want to borrow on the Bookmobile, tell the staff what you are looking for and we’ll do our best to get it for you so you can pick it up the very next week.
Here are the weekly Bookmobile stops in Peculiar:
|Wednesdays 1:45 – 2:45
1st, 3rd & 5th Wed: Meadow View Estates, 533 Meadow View Circle, Peculiar
|Wednesdays 3:00 – 7:00
Dollar General, 625 S Peculiar Dr, Peculiar