Krayon Kiosks provide tech equity, allowing kids who might not otherwise encounter an iPad not only to learn about this modern technology but also gain valuable literacy education in the process.
Local writer and poet Neli Moody reflects on a childhood spent at the Madisonville Branch Library that helped spark her love of the written word.
Starting July 17, the Library is dropping off books donated by the Friends of the Public Library to the OhioMeansJobs Center and plans to regularly restock the Honor Books cart there. Click to learn more about this partnership.
The Library is run by people working in many different roles and they’re all helping community members with much more than book recommendations. Our series "Spend a Day with a Library Worker" takes you inside the lives of different Library staff members and follows them on a typical work day.
In 2017, the Library began a partnership with Cincinnati Metropolitan Housing Authority as part of a nationwide program to get books into communities with limited access to literacy resources.
With 41 Branch Libraries, there are plenty of different types of storytime to choose from. But which storytime will you and your child like the most? Take our fun quiz to find out!
Every spring for the past decade, SPARK offers “Let’s Talk”—a six-week program for early childhood families in Price Hill, Madisonville, and Norwood communities. Each week, parents and their kids receive free books and materials, along with immersive lessons and play to give kids a head start when they begin school.
Library super-fan Keisha Gamble shares how the Library isn't just a place to check out books and movies or hang out. It provides community members with so much more.
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.
Each spring at the Harrison Branch Library, magic happens overnight. Children drop off their stuffed animals at the Library so the critters can participate in the Stuffed Animal Sleepover, one of the most popular children’s events at this location. But it's more than silly play. The kids are learning important early literacy skills.
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