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.
Resolve to Read! Award winning author Angela Shanté is set to Central Library for the Summer Reading Finale.
Join us for a back to school storytime celebration. Enjoy an author reading, learn how to soothe childhood anxiety associated with school and change, explore partnership passes, and discover what the noisy classroom did to learn more about animals.
Tuesday, August 1, 2023 | 11:00 AM— 12:00 PM EST