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“Little pigs, little pigs, let me come in!” “No, no, no, not by the hair on our chinny chin chins!” Each year librarians at the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh – Main Children’s Department perform a puppet show three times per … Continue reading
The Library is celebrating innovation and creativity through STEM programs during Remake Learning Days. Libraries and organizations throughout the Pittsburgh region are joining together to provide hands-on, innovative and exciting technology, as well as Maker and STEM programming for kids and … Continue reading
Babies love books. Cuddling up with a caregiver, looking at pictures and listening to the rhythm of words, whether they understand them or not, can be comforting, exciting or just plain fun. And librarians love lists. That’s one reason why … Continue reading
Codefest Jr. brought enthusiastic crowds to the Children’s Department at Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh – Main on April 9. From 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM, children and their caregivers engaged in a variety of coding-related stations throughout the space. Staff and … Continue reading
Children’s Specialists at the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh (CLP) developed a pilot program of bilingual storytimes in a way that grew volunteer partnerships and served speakers of world languages. In Spring, Summer, and Fall of 2016, the next round of … Continue reading
During the month of April, libraries, schools, Head Start programs, museums, and other organizations throughout Pennsylvania are celebrating and participating in the One Book, Every Young Child program. 2016 marks the eleventh year for the program which began in 2006. One … Continue reading
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The snow may be turning everything white outside, but that doesn’t mean your reading material can’t be colorful. Take a look at these whimsical picture books featuring crayons. Maybe they’ll inspire your child to create some new art. Or you might … Continue reading
Short days, frozen fingers in the morning, the smell of snow in the air…Pittsburgh’s first big snow (and the school holidays) are imminent. So pick up one of these wintery reads at the library, or download it to your favorite device, stock … Continue reading
This is a time of year when practically everyone is thinking about food. Whether we’re preparing for holiday feasts and parties or donating items to those in need, we’re thinking about entrees and side dishes, beverages and desserts. Whenever possible, … Continue reading