El día de los niños/El día de los libros (Children's Day/Book Day), is a celebration every day of children, families, and reading that culminates yearly on April 30. The celebration emphasizes the importance of advocating literacy for children of all linguistic and cultural backgrounds.
2014 – At Leaping Lizards School and Summer Camp. This event was focused on “Reading, Recycling, and Relating to Children through Books” We encourage you to Celebrate Children throughout our Community on this special day, and each and every day.
2013 – At the UNM-Taos Kid’s Campus the 7th graders from The COOP Charter School came for Earth Day. The children planted vegetable and flower seeds in handmade origami pots, colored some sheets with crayons and read books about gardening.
2012 – Taos High School Drama class performed a play at the new Enos Garcia Elementary School Library. Mayor Darren Cordova delivered the proclamation.
2011 – Taos Pueblo Day School and Enos Garcia Elementary School connected over Skype and learned about storytelling together.
2010 – UNM-Taos Childcare Center (Klauer) hosted this event. There was a KXMT Radio Interview with Roberto Mondragon, Larry Torres, Music by Taos Middle School Mariachi Band at the Taos Middle School Library.
2009 – Rocky Mountain Youth corps volunteered at Taos Elementary School library and Enos Garcia Elementary School. Also included in this event was Retablo painting with local artist Lydia Garcia and a puppets collection performance by Sallie and Bob Blair.
2008 – Wise Fool (Alessandra Ogren & Rebekah Tarin) of New Mexico presented “The Secret of Joy,” a puppet show about the friendship, fear and persistence of honeybees at the UNM-Taos Library.
The Curious Garden - by Peter Brown
PZ7.B81668 Cu 2009
The Tiny Seed - by Eric Carle
Location: P27 C21476 1987
Growing Vegetable Soup - by Lois Ehlert
Location: PZ7 E3225 Gr 1987
Planting a Rainbow - by Lois Ehlert
Location: PZ7 E3225 Pl 1988
Little Pea - by Amy Krouse Rosenthal
Location: P27 R719445 2005
Let's Eat! / ¡A Comer! - by Pat Mora
Location: PZ73 .M637 2007
Our library staff is dedicated to creating community spaces that cultivate the love of lifelong learning, and committed to creating sustainable change in childhood literacy, language and cultural and social skills. Our library collections contain significant numbers of culturally relevant print and non-print media materials that can support on-site and off-site programs and services. We believe our partnerships will enable us to increase public awareness of Día, and its goals in our community.
Día Book List Brochure (PDF)
Mon. - Fri. 8 AM to 5 PM
Dec. 13 - Jan. 11
Closed from Dec. 24 - Jan. 4 for winter break.
We will reopen Jan. 5
Hours are subject to change; please call for current hours.
The computer lab closes 15 minutes early.
The Library may close occasionally for orientation and library instruction.
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