All Fun articles: In February - Make a Valentine's Day Breakfast
Author of the Month articles: In February - Great Reads from David Small
Holidays - Groundhog Day, Valentine's Day, Presidents' Day
Homework Help articles: In February - Getting to Know Abraham Lincoln
Kids Jr. - Booklists for kids under 5
Websites for Children - Handpicked games
To Dare Mighty Things, by Doreen Rappaport, brings Theodore Roosevelt to rough-riding, "Bully!"-shouting life, showing what made America's 26th president such a captivating figure.
The holidays are a busy time, and the CRRL can help! Attend a card, wrapping paper or gift-making workshop to prepare for any celebration. It’s also a great time to connect with the community, and our holiday open houses are just the place. Want to take a moment, catch your breath and spend some quality time with your children before the big event? Join us for one of our specially themed children’s workshops. Don’t forget we also offer a wide selection of books, music, and DVDs for every winter holiday, along with books full of recipes and DIY craft and gift ideas.
The Book With No Pictures might sound boring to children. I mean, no pictures means no fun, right? Balderdash! B.J. Novak's first children's book may lack illustrations, but it makes up for it by being one of the silliest read-alouds ever.
We begin our sweet, pleasant tale in the jungle. Monkeys swing on vines. All is well, until a closer look shows that one of those tails does not belong to a primate. It's a Tiger!
David LaRochelle's book urgently orders readers to escape. We scurry into a cave where it is dark and shadowy. One of those shadows just happens to look like....A TIGER! Run!