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Little New-Yorkers Step by Step: The Little Red Lighthouse

  This is the first of a series of posts that will allow you to recreate projects made at Little New-Yorkers, the Museum’s interactive story-time program for children ages 3-5. Every week, we read a different New York-themed story and then make an artwork inspired by the story. The program takes place every Tuesday and […]

First Reading Into History Meetup a Success!

We were so lucky to have Gail Carson Levine visit our first ever Reading Into History book club. She read from her book Dave at Night and she told some cool stories about her dad. He grew up in the Hebrew Orphan Asylum in Harlem. We even got to see pictures of what it looked like back […]

An Interview with Gail Carson Levine, author of Dave at Night

Hello historians! To get you excited about the Book Wrap for Dave at Night on June 20th, we asked Gail Carson Levine a few questions about herself and her book. If you bring a question for Ms. Levine to the Book Wrap, you will receive a free gift from us! Read on and think of what YOU […]

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