BookFlix, for grades pre-K to 2, and TrueFlix, for older elementary school students, are on-line programs that integrate fiction and nonfiction to improve children's reading ability and content knowledge. Children are invited to use these programs on the library computers Mondays through Thursdays to help themselves raise their reading scores.
Additional Program Dates/Locations
This is a recurring program. If registration is required, you must register individually.
The Rosedale community was established in 1888 and named Foster’s Meadow. In 1894, the area was divided into building lots and the present name was established. In 1919, the Women’s Club asked the library for service. A collection staffed by volunteers was begun and by November a station was established. In 1920, rent-free quarters were found for the library. The Branch was relocated a number of times over the years. In May 1962 the Rosedale Public Library was opened in the rented building that it presently occupies. This was overseen by the Board of Trustees with Cornelius B. Hermann as president and Chief Librarian Harold W. Tucker.