Now Is Not the Time to Panic is a coming-of-age story following Frankie and Zeke, two lonely teenagers in the mid '90s, who decide to make art together, mostly because they’re bored, but also because they want to make their mark on the world; they want to feel like they’ve created someth
Special interests are a common characteristic for children and adults who have autism spectrum disorder. Visit Wilmette Public Library to explore deep interests, build connections, and learn about resources just right for your family. What can you find at Wilmette Public Library? Read on!
On February 8, Illinois Libraries Present will host the poet and author Kwame Alexander.
Using Books to Talk About Race
Books can be gateways to meaningful conversation and opportunities to build empathy and expand vocabulary. When you’re reading together, take time to ask questions about the story and illustrations.