Moira Flath is the first ever RI Youth Poetry Ambassador. Watch video of RI youths reading their poetry.
Three organizations are holding their annual Children’s Book Drive. Find out how you can help.
Jamestown’s Moira Flath has been named RI’s first ever Youth Poetry Ambassador.
The First Rule of Punk by Celia C. Pérez is this year’s Kids Reading Across Rhode Island (KRARI) book. Join the kickoff on May 19.
Trinity Rep calls for original 10-minute plays from high school students – submit by March 5 for the chance to have your play brought to life.
Students in grades 9-12 can apply to become the state’s Youth Poetry Ambassador and help lead an initiative to encourage creativity in young people.
Read how Jeanette Bradley, the East Greenwich author of LOVE, MAMA, developed her book based on her own experience.
Students in grades 7-12 have until midnight on December 10 to turn in short fiction about RI for this contest.
The Rhode Island Festival of Children’s Books and Authors brings nationally acclaimed authors and illustrators up close and personal.
Bring your little one to the library to enjoy stories, rhymes, dancing, and songs. At the end, bond with your toddler and other parents while making a craft and enjoying an open play time. Drop in and join the fun!
Please note that some of these programs require registration and some will end at some time, follow the links for more information.