“I remember meeting with Rhona and being so inspired by her work and that of the Foundation. For Brenda, becoming President of the Chicago Public Library Foundation is more than just stepping into a dream job, it’s a career of 20 years coming full circle.
Acutely aware of the effects of premature birth to a child’s development, Caroline’s grandmother decided to bring her to the library at four months old. Almost two, Caroline is beating the odds!
This holiday season, The Peninsula Chicago gives back to the community by advancing vital learning programs at Chicago Public Library.
“Children need a teacher that it is committed to them.” Meet Ms. Micky, a Teacher in the Library making a difference in the community…one student at a time.
Bilal’s library story began when he was seven years old. Now, at 14, he still attends the Teacher in the Library every day. Find out why.
L.R. Knost wrote, “It’s not our job to toughen our children up to face a cruel and heartless world. It’s our job to raise children who will make the world a little less cruel and heartless.” How do we raise kind kids?