Registration for the 8th Annual LEGO Competition is open! Calling all brick builders—kid, teen, and adult!
There are few sights sadder than a dry Christmas tree tossed out on the trash heap on December 26. There´s no need for such a display. The holidays are not yet over! There is much more to celebrate during the rest of December and into the New Year.
Your child is never too old to be read aloud to. Here are a few book suggestions to begin spending time reading with your child!
Here are a few book suggestions to get you and your child in the winter spirit!
Take a look at how familes can celebrate the holidays through library events and materials.
Now that it's officially December, we can bring out the Christmas music! These beautifully illustrated versions of Christmas songs and carols bring traditional music to life in a whole new way.
Do you have a little one that loves construction? or cats? or anything cute at all? This is one of those winning books that will appeal to most toddlers and preschoolers!
A new picture book biography of Arturo Alfonso Schomburg, whose enormous book collection formed the basis of the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, is an artistic and literary achievement.
Poetry can be just as beneficial as fiction/nonfiction books when it comes to learning how to read. Check out this series to start exploring poetry with your child!
Sit back and enjoy the porcine literature! This blog post, filled cheek-to-jowl with books about pigs, will make you squeal with joy!