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.
Ideas for using the Library’s collections to celebrate spring and the blossoming of cherry trees.
An elementary school teacher reflects on her class’s experience participating in one of the Library’s virtual student workshops.
This post was co-authored by Kaleena Black, Educational Resources Specialist, and Monica Valentine, Program Specialist in the Library’s Center for Learning, Literacy and Engagement. As we continue to observe Women’s History Month, we wanted to shine a light on the achievements and pioneering work of diverse women across fields and professions, including the women of […]
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.