Up, Up, and Away! Show Your Reading Superpowers During Children’s Book Week

Written by Joe Armstrong, Content Specialist, Marketing, Downtown Main Library

Readers, assemble!

Reading is a superpower during this year’s Children’s Book Week and the Cincinnati & Hamilton County Public Library is where young heroes can find the perfect book and meet fellow brave bookworms.

Our team of experts has handpicked books to equip adventurers ready for their next story. Can you answer the challenge and read them all before the week is over?

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Here I Come To Save the Day!

With Lunch & Learn videos nothing is impossible. Watch Keith Armour’s latest broadcast to seek out the resources and activities available to those training to be reading superheroes. (And, stop by CHPL's Facebook page, opens a new window every Thursday at noon for a new Lunch & Learn video.)

I Have the Power!

Join powers with other superheroes with virtual and in-person events at the Library. Take part in a virtual superhero show and tell, opens a new window or learn how to draw heroes and villains, opens a new window. Read along with the Library’s resident reading superheroes through Storytime at Home videos.

Learn how to become a coding genius with an epic activity you can try at home, created by our friends at the Greater Cincinnati STEM Collaborative, opens a new window.

Read On!

Children under 5 can enroll in the Ohio Governor’s Imagination Library, opens a new window to start flexing their reading superpowers with free books delivered to your home every month.

Reading superheroes are needed all year round. Visit the Library’s Kids and Families page, opens a new window for upcoming events, resources, activities, book lists, and more.