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)
In the meantime, explore the links below for online programs and resources.
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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.