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Meet brothers, Chikezie and Gozie Nwachukwu, and their good friend, Bilal Othman. These fine gentlemen are about to start their exciting journey to higher education and not just any higher education, we’re talking Ivy League.
This Year’s Summer Learning Challenge Encourages Kids to Travel on Planes, Trains, Automobiles…and Even Time Travel.
The Chicago Public Library has your summer vacation covered. Ticket price: your library card. Thanks once again to our generous sponsors, who make the Summer Learning Challenge possible: Boeing, The James & Madeleine McMullan Family Foundation, KPMG, William Blair, Dr. Scholl Foundation, Helen M. Harrison Foundation, United, Walter E. Heller Foundation, Hyatt, Cubs Care, RR […]
While you power along with Rachel Platten’s “Fight Song” on 93.9 MYfm, expect to hear a radio ad about children’s learning programs that are funded by donors to the Chicago Public Library Foundation.
Check out the reading list we’ll review during the Junior Board hosted Books + Beer event with Revolution Brewing and Lit With A Twist on June 23, 2016. We’re looking forward to seeing our friends at Books + Beer coming up on June 23rd at Revolution Brewing’s Tap Room as we kick off our #GetCarded […]
Mayor Rahm Emanuel Announces One Million Books Giveaway to Ensure More Children Engage In Reading This Summer
Chicago Public Library’s Largest Book Giveaway Ever: One Million Free Books for Rahm’s Readers Summer Learning Challenge.
Are Chicagoans Digital Ready? With Funding Support From Donors To Library Foundation, CPL Is Making Sure They Are
The lack of digital readiness is a big problem. The Chicago Public Library has taken steps to address that. Now it’s time for the next phase.
Due to personal reasons, Alice Walker will not be able to visit Chicago on May 25 for an appearance at the Harold Washington Library Center.
In Shelley Stern Grach’s latest Civic Chat, Shelley talks with Bianca about the Cyber Navigator program and all the work Chicago Public Library is doing to narrow the digital divide.