The Witch Boy

Thu., Mar. 4
"The Witch Boy" is a wonderful middle grade graphic novel about being true to yourself. In thirteen-year-old Aster's family, all the girls are raised to be witches while boys grow up to be shapeshifters, and anyone who dares cross those lines is exiled. The trouble is, Aster is a boy and he would rather be a witch.

Cooking With Your Family

Fri., Feb. 26
For great ideas on how to get started in cooking, check out these awesome books for kids and teens from Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh! 

Bisa Butler Inspired Fabric Collage

Wed., Feb. 17
This year's national Black History Month theme is: 2021- The Black Family: Representation, Identity, and Diversity. These resources dig into the work of Bisa Butler and other Black quilters, storytellers and fiber artists.

Black Joy

Tue., Feb. 2
These books celebrate Black kids--from babies to middle schoolers--being kids.

Slime and Other Cool Science Activities

Wed., Jan. 20
Doing fun science activities at home creates the foundation for your scientific education but the most important thing about slime and other science activities is that they are fun! Check out these books to get started.

Penguin Picture Books

Tue., Jan. 12
Some penguins live in cold places, while others prefer warm beaches. Luckily for us, many of them can be found in books!

Talking With Children About Elections, Violence and Current Events

Fri., Jan. 8
Coping with the flood of information available these days can be challenging, even when utterly unexpected events aren’t overtaking us. Talking calmly and comfortingly with children about current events may feel like it’s almost impossible. But whether difficult conversations are smooth or tricky for your family, sharing a book can be a good starting point.