Happy Remake Learning Days!

Tue., May. 23
In Pittsburgh, we have so many great places for kids: the parks, the Children’s Museum, the Science Center and the libraries (of course) among others, so there’s always something great to do for young people here in “Kidsburgh.” You may have noticed that this week has been ESPECIALLY packed full of cool stuff for kids. That’s because we are smack-dab in the middle of Remake Learning Days!

Best Books for Babies 2017

Sun., May. 7
Research shows that sharing picture books with young children encourages the development of early literacy and language skills.

Screen-free Fun

Sun., Apr. 30
May 1st through 7th is Screen-free Week! Why not encourage your child to enjoy a few days with no TV, computer or tablet?
Poetry spelled out using magnetic letters

Pint-Sized Poetry

Sun., Apr. 23
April is National Poetry Month. Celebrate with your young child!

Toddler Tested, Mom Approved!

Wed., Apr. 12
Looking for book recommendations for your toddler? Look no further; these books are toddler tested, mom approved!
Reading Warriors in action

Celebrate Reading with the Reading Warriors!

Sun., Apr. 9
Every day Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh (CLP) staff work to empower teens to be builders of their own future by connecting them to mentors, resources and opportunities that reflect their interests. This school year, CLP is thrilled to be collaborating with Neighborhood Learning Alliance (NLA) and its Reading Warriors program in which high school students act as reading mentors for elementary school children.
PA OBEYC selection, "Daniel Finds a Poem"

One Book, Every Young Child 2017

Sun., Apr. 2
In Pennsylvania, we celebrate young children all month long by highlighting and engaging in early literacy and focusing on one specific, stand out picture book. Established in 2006, One Book, Every Young Child is a collaborative effort of various organizations throughout the state that advocates and promotes the importance of early literacy skills for young children age three to six.