Hadley Park Branch Library is closed for TSU Homecoming Oct 8.
East, North, and Hadley Park Branch Libraries will close Sep 30–Oct 2 for repairs.
Kids Books to Celebrate Women's History Month
Did you know that Tennessee has its own award for books? It’s called the Volunteer State Book Award, and kids choose the winner!
NPL Children's Staff Choose Their Favorite Titles from 2020
Get the whole family together and enjoy some reading!
Award-winning Artist, Author, and Illustrator
Reading Recommendations Based on Your Hogwarts House
These Books Await the Story You’ll Give Them
Help Your Child Learn About the Importance of Bees
Books that can grow with a child as they do are special. Authors who write them immediately end up on my “must own” list. Chris Haughton is one of those authors for me.
Grab some treats. Cuddle up on the couch. And read these books before watching them come to life!
We miss you, too!
It’s Valentine’s Day! And, what better way to celebrate than with some adorable picture book love stories?
It’s that magical time of year again -- the holiday season. Or, as I like to call it -- book giving season!
I hate to say it, but we hear this a lot. The dreaded phrase heard uttered amongst the library shelves. Never fear; we’re here to help!
In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, I wanted to share with you some of my favorite books for children.
Jeff Mack is a genius! He is easily one of my top five favorite authors for books to read with infants and toddlers.
It’s only July, but, in my opinion, it’s never too early to name some of your favorite books!
For some, it seems like a no-brainer to bring their child to story time at the library. For others, the thought never even occurs that the library is a safe space to foster their child’s development.
Little ones always seems to be fascinated by things that move. Probably because they are always on the go themselves!
Unicorns are beautiful. Colorful. Sparkly. Downright magical. It’s no wonder kids love ‘em!
Did you know that babies are born with the ability to learn any language? They are universal listeners. And, from birth to age three, a child’s brain produces more than a million neural connections a second. That’s a lot of learning opportunities!
Yes, you there. Reading this blog post on the library’s website. You are your child’s best teacher, and you’re doing a great job! Go ahead; give yourself a pat on the back or a self-five.
With Mother’s Day right around the corner, let’s highlight some picture books that star our #1 fans – moms!
On January 18, 1882, the creator of Winnie-the-Pooh was born. By the age of two, he had taught himself how to read.
It’s that time of year again. The sun is shining brighter, the days are getting longer, the school year is ending, and people everywhere are wondering how to best spend the summer.