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Checkers Library TV

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While everyone is seeking ways to ensure children’s physical, academic, and social development needs are being met, the San Bernardino Public Library (SBPL) continues to provide free, easily-accessible resources to area families.

Libraries provide a unique opportunity to serve the community through a blend of physical, digital, in-person, and virtual content. Libraries strive to meet the evolving needs of their community.

One exciting way SBPL plans to continue to achieve this is by offering exclusive Video On-Demand programming. The addition of the fall series for Checkers Library TV provides children with a well-rounded experience that will keep their minds engaged and ready to explore their imaginative possibilities.

Checkers Library TV presents “The Reading Road Trip: Full STEAM Ahead,” a weekly 12-minute television show aimed at providing entertainment for children and illustrating the benefits of reading in a fun and exciting way. Library patrons can find these episodes via our website www.sbpl.org each week.

This fall, Checkers and his vacuum robot sidekick Snoozer head off on a reading road trip where they will explore the vast world of STEAM and visit a new location each week. The 16-episode series will include many unique STEAM concepts such as 3D printing, dinosaurs, autumn beauty, and many more exciting topics that will keep children on the edge of their seats. Along the way, the episodes will feature health tips from Dr. Dan, crafts and activities with Mrs. Hamilton, book recommendations, science experiments, and much more. More information, including the weekly episodes will be available at www.sbpl.org .

About San Bernardino Public Library
The San Bernardino Public Library is governed by an autonomous administrative Library Board of Trustees as provided by Section 602 of the Charter of the City of San Bernardino. Library services are provided at four sites: Norman F. Feldheym Central Library, Paul Villaseñor Library, Dorothy Inghram Library, and Howard Rowe Library. In addition to www.sbpl.org, patrons are encouraged to follow the library on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/sbcitylib and Twitter at https://twitter.com/sbcitylibrary