COVID-19 Updates and Information

Children's Literature Centre

Spring Festival of Children's Literature 2020 has been canceled due to COVID-19

The Children's Literature Centre was created to promote literacy by:
  • Providing a focal point for the study and dissemination of children's literature.
  • Serving as the catalyst for new and innovative approaches to building the foundations of literacy through technology.
  • Developing positive attitudes toward reading through a collaborative network including home, school and community.
  • Working to cultivate an awareness and understanding of current children's literature, authors and illustrators.
  • Building a bridge to cultural understanding through children's literature.
The Children's Literature Centre events include:

Announcements 

Introducing a new feature of the CLC a podcast about famous people. Click here to listen!

Spring Festival of Children's Literature presents:
festival Authors

Tom Angleberger, Ryan T. Higgins, Andrea Warren, and Salina Yoon

The 38th Spring Festival of Children's Literature is right around the corner! Join us on April 24th and 25th for a wonderful weekend celebrating literacy! Professional Development Workshops will feature topics on integrating literature, content areas, and the arts! Educators from Maryland, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia can earn Continuing Professional Development Credits. Early-bird special price available through March 27, 2020. Register today for an amazing weekend! 

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Reading Café:

Stay tuned to find out what book we will read next!


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Contact Us

Children's Literature Centre
Frostburg State University
206 Frampton Hall
101 Braddock Road
Frostburg, MD 21532

Email: clc@frostburg.edu
Phone: 301.687.3133