This is a guest post by Karen Wang, a Young Readers Center intern who is currently pursuing an MLIS at Pratt Institute. What do kids think of when they think of a poet? Do they imagine someone sitting at a desk, scribbling in a notebook, or a performer on stage at a poetry slam? Have […]
Tips for teens for using the Library’s new guide to online research for students, written by a high school junior.
The Library has launched Read Around the States, a program in which U.S. members of Congress pick a book for young people that is connected to their states – either through the book’s setting or author, or perhaps simply because it is a favorite of the member.
Images of Mars and resources about space exploration from the Library’s collections.
Kermit the Frog stops in to chat with Librarian Carla Hayden about his induction into the 2020 class of the National Recording Registry with his banjo-strumming ballad, “The Rainbow Connection” from 1979’s “The Muppet Movie.”
Ideas for celebrating National Poetry Month using nature and the Library’s collections for inspiration.
Highlights from a conversation between actress and author Lupita Nyong’o and Librarian of Congress Dr. Carla Hayden.
This post features a list of family-oriented Library of Congress virtual events coming up in April and May.
The April edition of the monthly newsletter by author Jason Reynolds, National Ambassador for Young People’s Literature
Egg-related resources to celebrate spring, including classic children’s stories and traditional egg-dyeing techniques represented in the Library’s collections.