An introduction to photographer Margaret Bourke-White and a webinar on photographs from the Library’s collections.
Highlights from a series of educational videos with Daymé Arocena, a Cuban jazz singer and songwriter.
An introduction to The Brownies’ Book, a publication created by W.E.B Du Bois for Black children and families in the early 20th century.
Inspiration for winter activities for families from the Library’s Japanese woodblock print collection.
Jason Reynolds, the National Ambassador for Young People’s Literature, is back with his first newsletter of 2022.
Images of snowmen from the Library’s collections as inspiration for families.
A tall tale from the Library’s collection about a lumberjack in a cold Wisconsin winter, with suggestions for telling your own tall tales together.
It’s December, and that means that many of us get to give and receive gifts. And the right gift can really add to that holiday magic! I investigated what gifts people may have given each other a hundred years ago by looking at historical newspapers in the Library’s Chronicling America database. Let’s take a look! […]
Why do I see my breath when it’s cold outside? Is it true that no two snow crystals are alike? Answers to these and other questions of the season from the Science, Technology and Business Division’s Everyday Mysteries website.
Ideas for creating stationery for holiday letters using Library images and links to digitized Christmas stories in the Library’s collections