Yes. Every story matters. We need to see stories we relate to.
Yes, representation matters. Especially when reading. It provides something relatable at a young age that they catch onto and retain.
Yes. It increases a child’s language skills and comprehension and gives them opportunities to read and learn about different cultures and people.
Rhythm & Rhymes celebrates the cultural heritage of jazz and poetry. Join us for a celebration of the arts. Enjoy the hallmarks of history, heritage, and the humanities through an interactive exhibition of spoken word, stories, and songs.
Pete the Cat: I Love My White Shoes, written by Eric
Litwin, illustrated by James Dean, is a beautiful display of enthusiasm and stories in rhyme.
Ideal for pre-kindergarten, kindergarten, 1st grade, and those of us that love a little picture book magic.
100% of the net profit from the sale of this item will support Pop-Up Storytime programs and early literacy development.