Take a reading roadtrip with the Centers for the Book! Discover great books for kids and teens from around the country at the National Book Festival.
Take our emoji challenge and see a few of the titles that will be featured on the children and teen stages of the National Book Festival.
Tips for families for making the most of the 2020 National Book Festival.
In this post, we share materials from the Library’s collections that relate to the Timely Topic Threads featured in this year’s National Book Festival, in order to explore the meaning of “ingenuity.”
Program Specialist Sasha Dowdy shares a preview of her conversation with author Kwame Mbalia for the National Book Festival. Mbalia’s appearance will be available as an on-demand video beginning Friday, September 25.
Junior Fellow Paige Collins describes an oral history activities for families she developed using collections from the Library’s American Folklife Center.
Ideas for the Library’s “free to use and reuse” image collections from an intern in the Young Readers Center.
Reflections on John Lewis’s messages to children during his 2015 visit to the Library’s Young Readers Center and through his graphic novel March.
Read across the Library’s collections with this post, which includes suggested books from past National Book Festivals and this year’s event,and a “Read Across the Library” bingo-style game board.
Question prompts and activity suggestions for classic kids books that have been digitized and made available on the Library’s website.