Ideas for using the Library’s collections for inspiration to create your own Haggadah for Passover.
A brief look at the amazing life of Josephine Baker, and suggested children’s books about her in honor of Women’s History Month.
A conversation with Jason Reynolds as he reflects on his first year as National Ambassador for Young People’s Literature, along with timestamps for key topics and suggestions for kids to unlock their own stories.
Ideas for exploring the stories of suffragists using the Library’s online exhibition and LC magazine.
The March edition of the monthly newsletter by author Jason Reynolds, National Ambassador for Young People’s Literature.
How do we learn to understand each other? Understanding those with whom we don’t share culture, or language, or appearance, is a skill, and a skill that can be honed from a very young age. On March 12, the Library of Congress and We Need Diverse Books present “Listening, Learning, Creating Communities,” a virtual symposium […]
Today, on Read Across America Day, we celebrate reading like a writer, and share more advice from children’s and YA authors. Previously on this blog, we shared a post with words of advice on writing from YA authors. To see the full author talk from which each excerpt is drawn, click on the links listed after […]
A whirlwind introduction to diverse stories in hockey and hockey resources in the Library’s collections.
Kids of all ages can be copyright owners. This post from the U.S. Copyright Office shares six concepts that will help kids better understand copyright.
Ideas for exploring panoramic maps in the collection of the Library with kids.