News and highlights from the world of children's literature.
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Applications for children ages 11 and under must be completed in person, and require the signature of a parent or guardian.
Since 1987, the real Pooh and four of his best friends--Eeyore, Piglet, Kanga, and Tigger--have been living at The New York Public Library, and open to the public at 5th Avenue and 42nd Street.
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Musical and chanting activities for young children and parents, from the "Tell Me a Story" wiki at Kings County Library System.
Six simple ways to understand the value of literacy for pre-readers, from the Multnomah County Library.
For the discerning toddler desperate for train books of every shape and color, here are some of the best choo-choos on the market today. Enjoy them in a storytime or just one-on-one.
They're voracious, they're scary, they're amazing! Kids and dinosaurs will never be parted. Here are some particularly delightful dino tales for your littlest T-Rexes. For reading together or sometimes in a group.
What's better than a pretty pretty princess? A princess with brains and a bit of humor to boot! For those kids obsessed with flipperies and finery, here are some princesses worth knowing about.
Tips and tools for early literacy.