The letters of Julia Sand to President Chester A. Arthur have been digitized and are now online.
Dav Pilkey stops by to read from “Dog Man: Lord of the Fleas,” and to give a how-to drawing lesson for Snug, a new character in the series.
Dav Pilkey at Home: Dav Pilkey Shows You How to Draw Snug, a New Character in the Dog Man serie
The Library features new coloring pages adapted from our collections, adding to the growing number of family activities on offer since Covid-19.
This edition of “Free to Use and Reuse” showcases some of the Library’s copyright-free holdings of maps of cities.
Jason Reynolds, the National Ambassador for Young People’s Literature, has a new weekly writing challenge: Create a book cover, maybe even for one about your own life. It’s harder than it seems.
Dav Pilkey is back with another pair of short drawing tutorials and cheerful messages. It’s sort of the brand for the author and illustrator of “Dog Man” and “Captain Underpants” fame, and we’re delighted to have him drop by on Fridays for awhile.
The Library’s Veterans History Project marks the 75th anniversary of VE Day — the end of World War II in Europe — newest installment of the online exhibit, Experiencing War.
French zoologist Pierre Belon began modern scientific study of fish in 1551 with the publication of “L’historie naturelle des estranges poissons marins,” or, “The Natural History of Strange Marine Fish.”
On May 1, 1855, Lucy Stone and Henry Browne Blackwell, two well-known social reformers, used their high-profile wedding to protest marriage laws of the time.
The May newsletter by Jason Reynolds, National Ambassador for Young People’s Literature.