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“…fiction…gives us the ability to feel empathy for people we’ve never met, living lives we couldn’t possibly experience for ourselves, [...]
We know how important it is to offer high quality literature for preschoolers, but how can you find the great [...]
This is a series of “Things To Do With a Book”. Idea #1 Dramatic Play Read a story and then [...]
“You are Mama’s little sweetie. My little potato. Do you want your nummie? Oh, yes you do! I know you [...]
It’s almost summer! You know what that means… The Nashville Public Library is kicking off our Summer Challenge! Children, Teens, [...]
I attended a School Library Journal gathering recently, and one topic of conversation was summer reading and what researchers [...]
Diversifying the types of books or stories we share with children is very important. Appreciation for different genres, styles of writing [...]
by Julie Miller In a preschool classroom, literacy learning doesn’t always occur at a prescribed time through an organized activity [...]
During the month of May, a special exhibit called “A Children’s Guide to the City” is on display. Classrooms from area [...]
Asking questions seems like a normal part of childhood. What parent hasn’t spent a few moments wishing their child had fewer [...]
Bringing Books to Life
Bringing Books to Life helps educators and parents find fun and innovative ways to inspire children to read.
Elizabeth Atack, Program Coordinator
Megan Godbey, Adult Literacy Coordinator/GROW facilitator
Klem-Mari Cajigas, Bilingual GROW Project Facilitator