Free Comic Book Day, when participating stores and libraries around North American give away comic books for free, will be observed on May 6, 2017. Libraries and comic book stores around the western suburbs will be participating.
When the weather is frigid and you just need to escape from your home, a library is usually a good (and free) bet. So we take a look at what the Sugar Grove Public Library offers for children and their parents.
Anderson’s Bookshops offers regular events at which you and your family can hear authors read from their works and you can get your book signed, often at the shop in downtown Naperville. Here are all the details on what you need to know!
The eighth story in the Harry Potter saga is being released July 31, and a number of suburbs, bookstores and libraries in Chicago’s far western suburbs are hosting special events to celebrate.
Here’s a guide to outdoor story times, hosted by park districts, libraries and historical sites. They allow you to enjoy the beautiful summer weather and great children’s literature at the same time!
The birthday of Dr. Seuss will be celebrated with special events at several libraries and bookstores in Geneva, Batavia, North Aurora and more.
The Little Free Library movement encourages “curbside literacy” by placing free book exchanges worldwide. We have quite a few that your family can visit in the western suburbs.
Here’s what you need to know about the newest library on the scene, the $28 million, state-of-the-art Santori Public Library in downtown Aurora.
If your kids like comic books, or you’d like to introduce them to comics, here’s a list of participating shops and libraries where you family can celebrate ‘Free Comic Book Day.’
Here are 30 easy, fun ideas for how you can encourage an early love of literacy in your child this month.