Neurodiverse Authors for April

Neurodiversity has entered the public consciousness in a new way over the past decade. Though often associated with autism and attention deficit disorders, neurodiversity encompasses a wide variety of cognitive differences, including dyslexia and dyscalculia, Tourette’s syndrome, and schizophrenia. With a new and more multifaceted understanding of the science behind what makes us different, a […]

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A library employee reads a picture book to a group of children during storytime.

Why Storytime?

The library environment might seem antithetical to a family with young children. Is there any place in the hallowed halls of literacy for the noisy, busy everyday existence of a caregiver with an excited toddler and a vocal baby? As a matter of fact, there is. Library storytimes have been a tradition since time immemorial, […]

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