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For Infants and Toddlers, It's Story Time at Steinhardt

Parents and caregivers, take note: NYU’s Constantine Georgiou Library and Resource Center for Children and Literature, named in honor of an accomplished children’s book author, collector, and longtime scholar at NYU, opened in May 2013, and now offers free public programs for toddlers and infants featuring picture books from the center’s extensive collection. In a bright, cheery room just steps from the offices of Steinhardt’s leading experts in early literacy, media specialist Kendra Tyson imparts a love of reading through stories, songs, and games.

Contact her at kendra.tyson@nyu.edu for information about attending a story time with your child.

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