For those in our community educating their children at home, our Education and Homework Support Manager Keith Armour and our Youth Services and Programming Coordinator Lisa Soper gathered a list of online learning resources both local and national.
Each week, our librarians are adding new Storytime at Home videos to our YouTube channel. Read on to learn more.
With all K-12 schools in the state of Ohio closed, many parents and caregivers are scrambling to find activities to keep their kids educated and entertained.
Our eBranch provides many ways to help kids fight boredom and engage their minds.
While K-12 schools in Ohio remain closed by the governor's order, we've gathered a list of resources that may be helpful to educators and caregivers.
Our Children's Librarians and Materials Selection & Acquisition staff members have gathered resources to make talking to your kids about COVID-19 (coronavirus) easier and help them feel safe and reassured.
What’s more exciting for a kid than getting mail? Getting books in the mail – for free! Learn more about the Ohio Governor’s Imagination Library, part of Dolly Parton’s global Imagination Library initiative, and how every child in Ohio can sign up.
Families of all ages are welcome to enjoy two free performances from The Children’s Theater of Cincinnati showcasing the life and legacy of a Civil Rights Movement legend in her own right, Coretta Scott King. Read on to learn more about the show.
Tween Librarian Sam Bloom discusses the yearly meeting of a committee of librarians to unofficially choose the best books for the 2019 publishing year. Find out who their picks are to win the Caldecott, Newbery, Printz, and Coretta Scott King Awards.
The Library teamed up with Destiny Rescue to discuss recent trafficking trends, dispel myths, share stories from the field, and provide some concrete ways YOU can take action to help stop trafficking. Read on to learn more.
The City of Cincinnati created the Preschool Promise program that includes funding for free, high-quality preschool for all Cincinnati families. But, in areas outside the city, no public funding exists to support preschool for every child. That’s where the Library’s Pop-Up Preschool comes in.
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