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March 23, 2020

Kids - we want to hear from you!

Brooklyn Public Library is looking for your journal entries, poems, and other writing about your experience of staying home during the coronavirus. You can tell us what it's been like to learn from home, share advice with other kids about how to get along with your siblings, or write about how you feel.

Fill in the form below to participate!
 

Librarians will read aloud from the submissions "on the air" on our Brooklyn Public Library Family Facebook (Date TBA). In the meantime, check out Brooklyn Public Library's full list of Virtual Programming.

 

Comments / 2 comments

Hello. I just want to appreciate you for a great job you're doing at your library. I recently like one of your virtual storytime and you invited to like your page which I have done. I live in Zambia and have a small library at home (PECS Library - it's on Facebook) which is open to the public. I stumbled across your page when I searched for libraries and I love what you're doing. I know the lord will bless each one of you for what you're doing. I've liked your idea of kids writing about what their experience is staying at home. We've also closed schools and one parent today was sharing how it's been difficult to supervise her three kids during this time. But I never really thought about asking children to share their experiences until I saw Ms Winter's post. This is something I'd like to do for the kids. Last weekend, we had our first virtual storytime. Thanks once again for all you're doing to serve your community. Audrey.
March 30, 2020, 12:22 pm  
Hi Audrey, thank you so much for your kind words. We are so happy to hear that your first virtual storytime was a success -- we can't wait to check it out!
April 3, 2020, 1:45 pm  

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