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The Constantine Georgiou Library


The Constantine Georgiou Library and Resource Center for Children and Literature is a home for research, scholarship, and community activities associated with children’s literature and literacy.

About the Library

Named to honor writer, scholar, and late NYU Steinhardt professor, Constantine Georgiou, the Center’s collection encourages New York City children and their parents to engage with books and develop a love of reading.

In supporting the literacy initiatives of the Department of Teaching and Learning and its faculty, the Center aims to make NYU a leader in getting books in the hands of children, and promoting literacy skills in all children. 

The Georgiou Library is supported by the E.H.A. Foundation.  Read more.
 

Story Times in the Constantine Georgiou Library and Resource Center for Children and Literature

Join us for drop-in picture book story times!

Children and their caregivers are invited to participate in interactive programs that incorporate age appropriate books, songs, and play to nurture pre-reading skills.

239 Greene Street,
5th Floor
New York, NY 10003

There are no programs on the following dates: October 3, October 10, October 26, or November 23.

Registration not required, space is limited to 30 children per session.

Fall Programs
September 7-December 21, 2016

Infant/Toddler Story Time
For children ages 0-3 years and their caregivers.

Mondays and Wednesdays, 10:30-11 a.m.Select Fridays: September 30, October 21, November 4, and November 18, 10:30-11 a.m.

Hours and Contact Information

Library hours:
Monday-Thursday, 9:00-4:00
Friday, 9:00-2:00

239 Greene Street, 5th Floor
New York, NY 10003
 
Kendra Tyson
The Linda May Uris Library Media Specialist
212-998-9028
kendra.tyson@nyu.edu


"For children, it is in their nature to stretch minds and horizons; to laugh and play; to seek aesthetic satisfaction through enjoyment of beauty; to sit in judgment of the past and envision the future...Literature for children adds immeasurably to the enrichment of life.”

Constantine Georgiou