In August, I had a wonderful opportunity to talk with award-winning poet and painter, Douglas Florian, in New York City. He shared stories about his creative process, writing style, research and art mediums. As I walked around his art studio, I was surrounded by years of his amazing paintings and collage pieces. I was excited!
Are you creating fall and winter programs at the library? Are you ready to make snow flakes, dance at a pumpkin party or swim like a fish in the ocean?
Grab your popsicle sticks, ice cream scooper, and beach ball! It’s summer reading poetry time!
Are you learning how to play the tuba?
What poems are you sharing this month?
April is National Poetry Month! This month always reminds me of why kids love poetry. Poetry is loud! Poetry makes children laugh! Poetry is silly! Poetry is dinosaurs, avocados, bugs, recess, history, weather and so much more!
How are you celebrating Women’s History Month at your library?
Do you have a favorite book app?