From Lynne Waihee
Encourage your child's inner author with these fun books and tips from Lynne!
'Roll out those lazy, hazy crazy days of summer,' I can still hear Nat King Cole singing on an LP I had as a teenager... Read more
Research Says and Tips
Why Reading Aloud Is More Important than Ever During Summer Break
- ED Liane Akana visits research on the dreaded "summer slide" - Read
- Akana's tips: How to keep keiki learning and advancing during the summer months - Read
- A list of research articles on the summer slump - Read
We All Scream for Ice Cream!
On those hot summer days, nothing sounds better than a cool treat. Now, keiki can make their own with this recipe. Use to accompany Ice-Cream Cones for Sale. See how
Inside the WCCC Read To Me Prison Literacy Project
By Deanna Espinas, Library Services Coordinator
As featured in The Hawaii Women's Journal
"I pretend not to hear the sobs of the young woman sitting in the corner of the dining room as she hunches over a book and whispers into a digital recorder, “I love you, baby. ...'" Read more
Recommended Read Alouds
Nonfiction Picture Books
Keep your keiki learning over the summer while developing a love for reading aloud with these fun nonfiction picture books! Read more
Getting Gadget-Happy Millennials Reading
By Jennifer Hee
"The modern world is a rapidly changing place, full of things that are here one day and gone the next. One constant, however, is that all of us can benefit from the wisdom found in books."
For this, Hee proposes three simple ideas. Read more
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Hawaii Book and Music Festival
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