Children’s Literature Specialist Robert Zupperoli will lead a virtual book talk and discussion at 11:00 on Tuesday, July 28 focusing on Black Lives and history as seen through children’s literature.
Using picture books and middle grade novels, Mr. Zupperoli will read and share stories from such authors and illustrators as Olga Mora, James Earl Ransome, Lesa Cline-Ransome and many more. This family friendly talk promises to be exciting and will particularly address material appropriate to grades 3, 4 and 5.
Registration is required – follow this link to sign up. We will email you remote access details prior to the program.We are always excited to welcome Robert Zupperoli to the library, where he has been annually sharing his insights on the best new children’s books with us – to see lists of his past recommendations, click here.