Celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month with these great children’s selections! For more titles that highlight Hispanic and Latine authors and stories, check out what’s available in our catalog as well as our Libby collection.
To call attention to the increasing number of attempted book bans in the past few years, and to celebrate some of our favorite banned books, join us for one of our 30 Books in 30 Minutes programs.
Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh is proud to partner with Violins of Hope to bring movement-based workshops, music performances and a panel discussion centered on themes of inclusion, hope and so much more to five library branches.
Banned Books Week is October 1-7. As CLP celebrates the right to read, check out the list below of children’s titles that have been challenged, banned, or censored over the past few years.
These titles for teens offer information, advice and examples of ways that individuals speak up, speak out and speak their truth.
Celebrate Women’s History Month with biographies for children that highlight a variety of remarkable and determined women.
The following list of books, some personal memoir and some biographies, showcases Black athletes (and one sports journalist) that have transcended the world of sport to make an impact on … Continued
Stories that reflect Black icons and the Black experience throughout time.
We’ve heard of David G. McCullough’s “The Johnstown Flood”, but what are some other titles that McCullough has written? If you enjoy reading about history, you’re in luck! Check out … Continued
Check out these good books for kindergarten and first graders.