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.
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The Georgiou Library remains closed for in-person programs and activities. While closed for in-person activities the library is hosting live virtual storytimes. Please join us on Zoom (Meeting ID: 934 7459 2669) to take part in the weekly interactive programs that incorporate picture books, songs, and rhymes to nurture pre-reading skills.
Storytime at Home with the Georgiou Library
Mondays and Wednesdays, 10:30-11:00 am
Zoom Storytime (Meeting ID: 934 7459 2669)
Virtual storytime will take a break starting in June and resume when the academic year starts again in September. Please check back for dates or scroll up to sign up for the library's mailing list for programming updates and event information. Have a safe summer!
In the meantime, explore the links below for online programs and resources.
Anti-bias and Anti-Racist Education Resources
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.