by BKLYNDonaldP | 7 items
This list was created by a librarian with the Brooklyn Public Library for a reader. Would you like your own personalized list of reading suggestions? Visit Bklyn BookMatch here: www.bklynlibrary.org/bookmatch
Created on: May 10, 2019
by BklynJohnL | 13 items
The Ben Franklin Circles are a new initiative promoting informal group monthly discussions of Franklin's concept of the 13 Virtues. It is intended as a secular, nonexpert commitment to civics and community in the 21st Century. Sound interesting? Check out benfranklincircles.org for more and to fi...
Created on: May 29, 2018
by BklynRachelP | 11 items
Created on: September 26, 2014
by BklynAbbyG | 6 items
We read these fun books and sang songs about snowy days, storms, and all kinds of weather during our pre-K storytime at the Stone Avenue branch--we even created our own rainstorm by snapping, clapping, and stomping our feet! Check out more of the programs we offer here at Stone Avenue Library at htt...
Created on: December 10, 2014
by BklynRakishaK | 26 items
Children’s books that contain repetitive words and phrases are often the most helpful with language development, specifically for children diagnosed with apraxia of speech. These are some suggestions.
Created on: September 24, 2016
by BklynLeighH | 10 items
In response to Laurie Frankel's 10 Essential Books for Parents of Transgender Children list, here are an additional 10 titles available at Brooklyn Public Library. To see Frankel's list, visit: http://www.publishersweekly.com/pw/by-topic/industry-news/tip-sheet/article/72300-10-essential-books-for-...
Created on: January 09, 2017
by BklynRachelP | 15 items
BPL children's librarians have compiled this list of books for children ages 4-10 years about racism, justice, and how to be an ally when we confront racism. These titles are best when they are read and discussed with an adult.
Created on: August 28, 2017
by BklynKalliopiM | 13 items
This list was curated by The Conscious Kid Library and American Indians in Children’s Literature, in partnership with Brooklyn Children’s Museum.
Created on: November 14, 2017
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