Join us at the Museum
9 am-1 pm Saturday, Jan. 15

Thank you to our 2022 ZOOM…ZOOM sponsors:


Partners for Love of Literacy include:

Bookman’s Entertainment Exchange / Community Relations
Child & Family Resources
Fox Tucson Theatre Foundation
Girls Scouts of Southern Arizona
Literacy connects – Reach Out and Read
Mini Time Machine Museum of Miniatures
Pima County Public Library
Pima County Public Library – Bookmobile
Pima Federal Credit Union (PFCU)
Postal History Foundation
Tucson Unified Infant & Early Learning Centers  (TUSD)
UA Bookstores
Udall Foundation’s Parks in Focus Program – a partner of the Western National Parks Association
United Way of Tucson and Southern Arizona – Read on Tucson
University of Arizona Child Development Labs
Western National Parks Association

Arizona Retina Project is focused on eye health. Lots of activities for kids, including make-your-own eye books, crafts and in-sight-ful documentaries!

Barefoot Books celebrate diversity, spark curiosity and capture children’s imaginations. Allison Diehl, Tucson-based Community Bookseller.

Kids in grades 3 thru 8 can report for Bear Essential News! Mail us your Sign-up Form to receive your free Young Reporters Kit to get started.

Local author Brittany Canfield shares her beautiful book about family, community and making the world a better place! Let’s all be like Lara!

Story time, discount programs for students and kids and a highlight of banned books during September. Bookmans has it all!

From helping families find the right provider to offering educational tools, CCR&R is all about improving the lives of kids in Arizona. 

The Children’s Museum Tucson | Oro Valley has been posting a book a day during LOL Month! Find them all and more on our YouTube channel!

Bone up on reading skills while learning about the dairy industry. Virtual books, downloadable activity pages and more! 

First Thing First is THE place to go in Arizona for information and resources for Early Childhood Education.

Fox Tucson Theatre’s Kids in the Theatre (K.I.T.) program is a great resource for fun activities. Check out the Literacy + Arts Extravaganza!

Dollar General Literacy Foundation support literacy programs around the country. Find local programs on their website.

Junior League of Tucson has a fun Reading Log and a Story Time video of “Luna Loves Library Day!”

The Literacy Connects/Stories that Soar Magic Box is hungry! You can write a story and submit it online and the team might produce a video story. Cool!

From a bilingual app to virtual Story School, Make Way for Books has great literacy resources to keep your kids on track for now and in the future.

Make your own Fairy Tale book using picture of miniatures found at the Mini Time Museum! Recreate a classic or come up with your own tale.

Sometimes adults need literacy help, too. PCC provide English language, adult literacy and GED prep classes, and more for adults, age 16 or older.

There’s no better place than PCPL to find free learning tools kiddos, from birth to high school! We’re starting small; find Learn at Home in the menu.

Financial literacy is an important skill, too! PFCU’s programs encourage saving AND educational excellence.

Postal History Foundation has so many fun activities, like designing your own stamp or learning the ins and outs of addressing an envelope.

It’s pure magic when Stories that Soar takes a child’s words and turns them into a live performance. Enjoy a film fest of the Best of STS and get inspired!

The United Way has a variety of programs that support literacy. Learn more and download some bookmarks that you can color and use in your fave books!

Not just for college students! UA BookStores has lots of great stuff for kids, too, like these Storytime at Home videos.

To celebrate our love of reading, we are raffling off a collection of children’s books. Sign up for more information about our labs and to be entered in the raffle!

Your child can be part of an ongoing VIRTUAL study to help researchers learn about working memory in kids. Prizes, stipends and pirates!

Jump over to the WNPA Junior Ranger Jamboree page and discover new ways to Explore. Learn. Protect your national parks – all from home!



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