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The Reinberger Children’s Library Center is home to over 25,000 picture books, some dating back to the 19th century.

Picture Book History Comes to Life in Kent State’s Reinberger Children’s Library Center

Austin Monigold Reporter February 4, 2021

A place unknown to many students, the Reinberger Children’s Library Center at Kent State allows students to view award-winning children’s books while offering them opportunities that may help in their...

Joanne Kilgour Dowdy, Kent State professor of adolescent/adult literacy, recently wrote and published a book about her father, a 1952 Oympic bronze medal winner.

KSU professor donates children’s book to Kent State collection

Nick Boone January 26, 2015

A Kent State professor recently donated her first children’s book, the first full original book of its type, to Kent State's Marantz Picturebook Collection for the Study of Picturebook Art.    Joanne...

Award-winning author Angela Johnson reads to the Kent State Child Development Center’s kindergarten class in the Reinberger Childrens Library on Thursday, Oct. 2, 2014.

Award-winning author reads to kindergartners, faculty

Olivia Young October 2, 2014

Angela Johnson, an award-winning young adult and children’s author, spent the morning of Oct. 2 reading to a kindergarten class and showing her newest picture book to Kent State faculty members in the...

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