Whether you’re planning a book club menu for tweens, introducing kindergarteners to the library, or hosting a book-themed birthday party, these mini book snacks are edible works of literary brilliance!
Make a toy school bus from a 64 count crayon box! It’s the perfect activity to pair with back to school books or a vehicle/transportation storytime.
The illustrations of A Different Pond show the beauty and magic of a starlit sky reflected in a body of water. No matter how simple the activities taking place – gathering sticks, laughing at jokes, catching fish – they all seem more special and significant against the gorgeous backdrop. With a few simple art supplies, your little readers can create their own Sky/Pond reflection paintings.
Tea With Oliver creator Mika Song teams up with pop-up book maker Sam Ita to create the ultimate paper tea cup!
The picture book Things To Do inspires us to do something crafty. This Poetry Mobile craft plays with the fluidity, motion and magic of poems in a concreted way and makes a beautiful decoration. It’s a perfect way to bring language and art together with children of any age.
Explore the visual wonder of Bethan Woollvin’s LITTLE RED and how the structural elements of the book give the illustrations emotion.
Ezra Jack Keats was inspired by a photo of a little boy when he created The Snowy Day. Today we will be making our own collages based on the people, places, and things in our lives that inspire us the most.
Make a special Discovery Jar craft perfect for sensory play or a wintry display, using elements from the picture book Samson in the Snow.
Enjoy our Story Stones craft, where you and your child use play, paint, nature, and fun to endow a love and knowledge of storytelling
In Maybe Something Beautiful, one child sets out to spread joy and light in her community by using the transformative powers of art. Contributor Katie Penry shows us how we can do the same in our own neighborhoods with a fun, inspired craft.