Tag Archives: Pittsburgh
Do you yearn for far-off lands? Or is Pittsburgh a far-off land for you? Do you miss home? Do you want your kids to learn a new language? Whatever form of wanderlust you’re suffering from, the Children’s Department has the … Continue reading
On Friday, a giant rubber duckie floated on the Allegheny River. Cue the obligatory Ernie singing “Rubber Duckie” getting stuck in my head, followed closely by “Put Down the Duckie.” (My sister got that one stuck in her head during … Continue reading
At Let’s Learn Spanish yesterday evening, we learned how to ask that all-important question: ¿Dónde está el baño? / Where is the potty? We read the hilarious book Oh No, Gotta Go! by Susan Middleton Elya. The kids could definitely … Continue reading
Check out two special foreign language programs this Saturday at the library. At 10:30am, join us for Cuentos y Canciones, a Spanish Story Time featuring picture books from our extensive Spanish language collection, along with fun songs and activities to … Continue reading
Storyteller Alan Irvine told stories of Joe Magarac for Iron and Steel Community Day yesterday.
You’ve heard of Paul Bunyan, but have you heard tales of legendary Pittsburgh super steelworker Joe Magarac?
toon! Joe Wos delights a crowd of library patrons with stories, drawings, puzzles and games.
Pittsburgh’s own documentary producer, Rick Sebak, visited the Children’s Department last Friday to film part of the WQED series, “It’s Pittsburgh & A Lot of Other Stuff.” Here he is with his camera man Bob and some new fans. Catch the show … Continue reading