While Earth Day may be celebrated every April 22, really every day we live on this plant together is Earth Day! Check out just a few of our favorite books about this beautiful world and ways that we can protect it.
Check out one of these books featuring characters living with on the autism spectrum.
April 10th is National Siblings Day! Our siblings are often our first friends. That's a relationship worth celebrating!
This month's Take & Make craft for kids was a paint drip window scene of an April rain shower!
Did you know that blue is one of nature's rarest colors? Revel in the beauty of all things blue with these picture books.
If you registered for and picked up a bag, you'll have what you need for this craft ready to go. But even without the bag, you can still follow our video instructions to add some color to the final few weeks of winter with a torn paper rainbow collage.
Irish tales are steeped in tradition and handed down through generations. Every storyteller adds their own interpretation and flourish to the tale.
You're in luck! We've put together a list of some of our favorite books to get your St.Patrick's Day celebrations started early.
The contributions, struggles and achievements of American women are celebrated each year in March.
There was an opinion piece in last Sunday's New York Times that resonated with us here at the library. Pamela Paul wrote Your Kids Aren't Too Old for Picture Books, And Neither Are You, and we couldn't agree more!
Today, February 12, is the birthday of the incredible Judy Blume! Writing for children, teens, and adults, Blume has published books for readers in every stage of life. Her books have sold over 85 million copies and have been translated into 32 languages.
This monstrously adorable take and make embraces squishy, squashy, messy fun!
Curl up with some of our favorite winter time stories!
This coming Sunday, February 7th, is Super Bowl Sunday! Get ready with a few of our favorite football books!
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!