Reading as a family isn't just fun, it builds children's imaginations and vocabularies, and expands their worlds.
Here are our top three tips for reading aloud with kids!
Come on out, the weather’s hot! Whether you’re out camping, exploring the great outdoors, or just looking for some backyard fun, we’ve got plenty of books to help fuel summer adventures.
As we seek to understand the deep injustices that have led to this current situation of unrest and calls for urgently needed change, our librarians have come together to produce a list of titles for Adults, Teens and Children that focus on anti-racism. In addition to these lists, there are a number of excellent documentaries dealing with systemic injustice on Kanopy, many of them listed here.
We might have had a few chilly days over the past couple of weeks, but it’s quickly becoming clear that spring is here! If you’re itching to get outside, starting a garden is a fun, safe way to spend time outside with kids. It can be as simple as planting a seed in a pot, or as complex as starting your own victory garden. There’s a fit for every family! Here’s a collection of amazing resources for you, no matter the scale of your project.
Sheela Chari, local author and leader of “Not Your Kid’s Book Club”, joins us again with three more recommendations!
This is a post from guest blogger Jennifer Millman, a speech therapist and Scarsdale mom. We appreciate her helpful insights to our blog. You can learn more about Jennifer on her website.