Frequently, our librarians are asked for resources and ideas a parent can use in order to help their child build their pre-reading skills. These are skills a ch
I love horror of all kinds—horror novels, movies, podcasts, short stories—but I especially love horror graphic novels. The illustrations show how scary the artist wants the story to be, but the text lets our imaginations run wild. To celebrate Halloween, check out these six spooky graphic novels for elementary and tween readers…
Every Year, National History Day challenges thousands of middle and high school students to engage in historical research. There is a theme each year, and this
The school year is just about to begin. We are looking for motivated and passionate individuals to serve as volunteer tutors and mentors to students.
Use these tips to create a homework routine for your child. #1. Make a homework routine and stick to it! Choose a space and time that your child will dedicate