View the highlights of the 2017 Reading Across Rhode Island Book Just Mercy by Bryan Stevenson.
The Letters About Literature 2017-2018 contest will be starting soon! Learn more at http://www.read.gov/letters/.
BIG NAZO “Lunch-Invention Workshop” where weird and wacky foam-fabricated lunches are created for serving up stories and skits, but NOT for eating! Make one that looks delicious or gross and […]
Congratulations to Gaia Cornwall! Jabari Jumps is the Rhode Island submission for the National Book Festival in Washington DC on September 2, 2017 Jabari Jumps Author/Illustrator: Gaia Cornwall Jabari is definitely ready to jump off […]
Letters About Literature 2017 Winners The Rhode Island Center for the Book at The Rhode Island Council for the Humanities honored the 2017 Letters About Literature Awards recipients at ceremonies across the state. […]
American Jezebel by Eve LaPlante Library of Congress Center for the Book Initiative Highlights Books Along the East Coast For the third consecutive year, Rhode Island Center for the Book will participate […]
Please join us in celebrating 15 Years of Reading Across Rhode Island on Sunday, May 21 at 11:00 am. Event includes brunch with our friend Ann Hood, the Penny Social, […]
Save Me A Seat Resource Guide
Register Now! Teachers, librarians, and children’s book enthusiasts are invited to An Evening with Sarah Weeks and Gita Varadarajan, authors of Save me a Seat, the 2017 Kids Reading Across Rhode Island […]
Check out the 2017 Kids Reading Across Rhode Island music video for Save Me A Seat by Sarah Weeks and Gita Varadarajan. This video was created by Mr. Whittaker’s 5th […]