The second installment of our Library love video series is here! In honor of National Library Workers Day and National Library Week, we handed Library workers love notes from customers to read on camera and filmed their reactions…
In this installment of Inside the Writer's Head, our Writer-in-Residence Jessica Strawser discusses the art of place and how setting can make or break a story.
April 9 is National Library Workers Day. We handed Library workers love notes from customers to read on camera and filmed their reactions. The result? All the feels.
Homework. The “H-bomb” every parent dreads having dropped on them by their kids. Not because they don’t want to help their child, but simply because sometimes they don’t know how. Which is why the Library offers Homework Helpers to provide free homework help to students in kindergarten through eighth grade.
This year, the Library teamed up with the creators of "May The Fourth Be With You Episode IV: A New Hope – An Art Tribute Show to a Galaxy Far, Far Away" to create a special series of drawing workshops for kids and teens ages 6–18. Learn how to enter and win prizes (and how grown-ups can join the fun)!
While Emilio Estevez's new film "the public" (shot at the Main Library) centers on adults, youth experiencing homelessness is the focus of a community conversation at the Main Library on April 7. A panel led by Strategies to End Homelessness and Lighthouse Youth & Family Services will discuss the systemic roots, symptoms, and solutions to this growing human rights issue.
Content Warning: This article and corresponding podcast deals with topics pertaining to sexual violence that may be sensitive for some.
On this episode of Inside the Writer's Head, our Writer-In-Residence Jessica Strawser sits down with author Laurie Halse Anderson to discuss her new book Shout.
The Genealogy & Local History Department will be celebrating this important year in Cincinnati Reds baseball by partnering with the Cincinnati Reds Baseball Hall of Fame & Museum to produce an exhibit in the Cincinnati Room featuring many items from both organizations’ collections. This exhibit will be on display from May 3 to July 28.
When it comes to early childhood, it’s never too soon or too late to foster literacy – you and your baby can start right now! We've rounded up a few fun things you can do with your baby over-and-over again to set them up for success with reading and writing.
Calling all fiction readers: 2019 Library Foundation Writer-in-Residence Jessica Strawser will be joining book club discussions at branch libraries all over town this year and she’s here with her latest Inside The Writer’s Head blog post to tell you all about it.
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