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- Dork Diaries

by Patron312244 | 14 items

1.Tales from a Not-So-Fabulous Life 2.Tales from a Not-So-Popular Party Girl 3.Tales from a Not-So-Talented Pop Star 4.Tales from a Not-So-Graceful Ice Princess 5.Tales from a Not-So-Smart Miss Know-it-All 6.Tales from a Not-So-Smart Happy Heartbreaker 7.Tales from a Not-So-Glam TV Star 8.Tales from...

Created on: September 07, 2020

Imported from My Lists: life and etertainment wonders

by Patron383904 | 5 items

accepts almost all animes,vamp,drama and mystery books.

Created on: January 14, 2011

BKLYN Ready Set Kindergarten: Books for Younger Children

by BPL_YFS | 16 items

Ready, Set, Kindergarten! is an early literacy enhanced storytime for children ages 3-5 and their caregivers at Brooklyn Public Library. Sometimes, we get younger children (ages 1.5-3), and it's so important to choose some books that appeal to that age group! Great read alouds for toddlers general...

Created on: February 22, 2016

BKLYN BookMatch Books to Share w/Children Who Have Apraxia of Speech

by BklynRakishaK | 26 items

Children’s books that contain repetitive words and phrases are often the most helpful with language development, specifically for children diagnosed with apraxia of speech. These are some suggestions.

Created on: September 24, 2016

BKLYN BookMatch Books About Gender for Caregivers of Children and Teens

by BklynLeighH | 10 items

In response to Laurie Frankel's 10 Essential Books for Parents of Transgender Children list, here are an additional 10 titles available at Brooklyn Public Library. To see Frankel's list, visit:

Created on: January 09, 2017

BKLYN Children's Books to Promote Discussions of Racial Justice

by BklynRachelP | 15 items

BPL children's librarians have compiled this list of books for children ages 4-10 years about racism, justice, and how to be an ally when we confront racism. These titles are best when they are read and discussed with an adult.

Created on: August 28, 2017

Baby/Toddler Storytime: I <3 to SING!

by mgarza_markham | 7 items

Singing helps children hear the smaller sounds in words. This will help them when they begin to learn to read. Knowing which words rhyme will help children when they learn how to read. Singing slows down your speech so children can hear different parts of words. If a child knows 8 rhymes by the t...

Created on: February 28, 2012

Family Storytime @ TC May 4, 2013 - Bears & Dinosaurs

by happyphi | 15 items

There are all kinds of bears and dinosaurs in this world. Bears like teddy bears, grizzly bears, polar bears, and panda bears are very common. Dinosaurs like tyrannosaurus, t-Rex, triceratops, and brontosaurus are some of the cool ones. It is interesting to know that most female children from this s...

Created on: May 05, 2013

Family Storytime @ TC May 18 & 23, 2013 - GOOD MANNERS!!!

by happyphi | 12 items

Good manners are crucial to have for everyone of all ages, especially for children who are still developing and learning new concepts everyday. People with good manners are very well likeable by all. Parents are the BEST teachers to their children, for they know them very well and can teach them goo...

Created on: May 24, 2013

Family Storytime @ TC Apr. 25, 2013 - Learning New Vocabulary Words!

by happyphi | 11 items

We all learn some new vocabulary words each and every day, especially for pre-school children who are being prepared to go to school. It is very important to expose as many new vocabulary words to your children as possible. That way, they will eventually remember them and will use them in their ever...

Created on: April 26, 2013