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Author Jeff Kinney to Present 2018 McFadden Memorial Lecture

Families and individuals of all ages are invited as the acclaimed author and illustrator of the Diary of a Wimpy Kid series for children and teens Jeff Kinney presents The Indianapolis Public Library’s 2018 McFadden Memorial Lecture on Thursday,...

Ultimate Guide to Story Times in Indianapolis

Story time in Indianapolis isn’t just for the little ones! Babies, toddlers, preschoolers and even parents can enjoy. Find the perfect place for your child to enjoy a good story or even brush up on some reading fundamentals here...

IndyPL Announces “1,000 Books Before Kindergarten” Initiative

Parents and caregivers can ensure their young children enter school ready to read by participating in The Indianapolis Public Library’s newly-launched “1,000 Books Before Kindergarten” program. The initiative is based on substantial research indicating that the more children are read...

Where’s Waldo? In Indy!

Where’s Waldo? The question has occupied millions of minds for twenty-nine years now, since Martin Handford published the first book in 1987. Since then, the Where’s Waldo series continues to enjoy a cherished space on bookshelves everywhere. With almost 60 million...

Making Required Reading a Positive Experience

My son’s teacher requires him to read for twenty minutes five nights a week. We spend twice that amount of time trying to get him to complete the reading. I am sure these battles will result in him hating...

10 Best Children’s Books Of 2015

Parents magazine revealed its picks for the 10 Best Children's Books of 2015. The magazine sought input from children and librarians across the country to select their favorite reads from the collection of books released this year. The full list of...

Butler University launches language and literacy progam

Butler University has announced the launch of a new program through their Communication Sciences & Disorders division: The Butler Early Language & Literacy {or "BELL"} class is designed for children ages 3–5 with language delays, although typically-developing children are also welcome....

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