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Join Us for Family Days at the Library! First Up: Make a Zine on February 10.

Posted by: Rachel Gordon

On Saturday, February 10th, the Informal Learning Office kicks off a series of monthly, in-person family activity programs. We look forward to welcoming you to sessions full of creative activities, and opportunities to explore Library collections in the beautiful surroundings of the mezzanine level of the Thomas Jefferson Building. February’s program is a “zine,” or …

Meet Meg Medina: Family Office Hours with the National Ambassador for Young People’s Literature

Posted by: Rachel Gordon

Young readers and families, Meg Medina, 8th National Ambassador for Young People’s Literature, invites you to join special one-on-one sessions as part of her Cuéntame! Let’s Talk Books platform. On Saturday, October 7, Meg will meet with a select number of families in short sessions occurring from 10:00 am until 4:30 pm. Tickets are required …

Three movable books from the Rare Book Division.

Pop-Up Books at the Library

Posted by: Rachel Gordon

Do you and your family enjoy reading pop-up books? If so, you’re in good company. The pop-up book collection is an extremely popular part of the Young Readers’ Center and Programs Lab (YRCPL), the Library’s drop-in space for children and caregivers. Visitors of all ages pour over these books; they get so much use that …