Have you heard of International Dot Day?
If your child is learning how to read, you'll want to find books that interest them and encourage them to learn.
For many children, the month of September means School!
School means getting up early, washing, dressing and eating a healthy breakfast.
Sometimes when school starts, the feeling of family fun and togetherness feels like it's coming to an end but it doesn't have to. Maybe a parent-child book club would help?
NORMAN,SPEAK! is a new addition to our picture
I was fortunate to have been one of the Naperville Public Library READ2GETHER coordinators during our "Paws to Read" Summer Reading Program.
Cooking is one of those fun activities that the whole family can enjoy doing together. From chopping and dicing to measuring and stirring, there's something for everyone to do.
Percy Jackson graphic novels are flying off the Naperville Public Library's shelves! Why? Because kids love the pictures, colors, special effects and adventurous story lines.
The books listed below are perfect for children, grades K-3, whose heritage emanates from any of the Spanish-speaking cultures of the Western Hemisphere.
Independence Day is Friday, July 4th, and you might have plans to watch fireworks in the evening. You might drive or walk to your favorite park, lay out a blank
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