This is a guest post by Informal Learning Office’s virtual intern, Eori Tokunaga. Norman Yoshio Mineta, who passed away earlier this month, had a long and influential history in American politics and was a proponent of restitution for Japanese American families who were incarcerated during World War II. We are celebrating his contributions to this […]
Inspiration for winter activities for families from the Library's Japanese woodblock print collection.
An introduction to ukiyo-e and kamishibai, traditional Japanese methods of storytelling, with inspiration for families to create their own.
Ideas for using the Library's collections to celebrate spring and the blossoming of cherry trees.
Ideas for exploring the stories of suffragists using the Library's online exhibition and LC magazine.
An introduction to the traditions of Shadow Theater in China and Southeast Asia, with instructions for creating your own shadow puppets and theater.
In this post, Library specialists offer suggestions for writing haiku with kids, with illustrations from the Library's collection of Japanese woodblock prints.