Part 1 of a series of blog posts related to educational videos on percussion that offer a way of engaging with one’s environment musically.
The June edition of Grab the Mic, the newsletter from author Jason Reynolds, the current National Ambassador for Young People’s Literature.
An introduction to ukiyo-e and kamishibai, traditional Japanese methods of storytelling, with inspiration for families to create their own.
Key topics from Talking About Race Love and Truth, a conversation with Cheryl and Wade Hudsons, editors of the book The Talk.
Timestamps for key topics from Talking about Race, Love and Truth, an event for teens and families with Renee Watson and Adam Gidwitz, based on the book The Talk.
Inspiration from the collections for celebrating Mother’s Day.
The following post was written by Kerry Ward, Liaison Specialist in the Veterans History Project (VHP), and was originally published on the Library’s Folklife Today blog. It references VHP’s upcoming virtual discussion panel, “Motherhood and the Military,” taking place on May 6. This second Sunday in May has been set aside for our nation […]
Jason Reynolds, the National Ambassador for Young People’s Literature, writes in this newsletter about his fears of audiences not liking his books.
In May, the Library will premiere a series of resources and events with the authors and editors of “The Talk: Conversations on Race, Love & Truth.” The book is written for teens, caregivers and teachers, and everyone else interested in navigating these complex conversations in family and classroom environments. On May 3, the Library will […]
Poetry resources and “I Am” poems for National Poetry Month.