Above: Forest Hills Library’s Pixelated Moon working on their robot.
Nearly 50 children representing nine teams from six branches, participating in Queens Public Library’s Robotics FIRST LEGO League, competed in the inaugural championship held on June 11 at the Flushing Library… READ MORE
Queens Library is developing a new program to introduce kids in our community to engineering projects that they will tackle through innovation and teamwork.
Children in grades 4-8 can join LEGO robotics teams at eight participating libraries and become part of the Queens… READ MORE
Students at Ravenswood Library were inspired to create fruit and vegetable sculptures after reading the book "How are You Peeling" by Saxton Freymann. This book takes a creative approach at teaching children about the emotions that they might be feeling. In this book, various… READ MORE
Eco-Agents: Environmental Action for Teens is a monthly program at multiple Queens Library branches. In February, we took a hard look at our modern industrialized food system. I addressed CAFOs, overfishing, industrial agriculture and GMOs. While I try to keep the focus on… READ MORE
Young Entomologists were introduced to the newest members of Queens Library at Steinway this week. The extra large beetles are called Bessbugs. These adorable insects help the Earth by recycling decaying trees in the forest. Our beetles are fed small pieces of rotting wood to… READ MORE