Announcing KidLib Camp 2016

KidLib Invite 2016

KidLib Camp 2016 will take place on Wednesday, August 3.


Our Keynote Speaker will be Courtney Waring, Director of Education at the Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art.

Courtney Waring is Director of Education at The Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art, and creates and conducts a wide array of programs, ranging from exhibition-related and public programs to professional development workshops and student outreach. Courtney began her career over 15 years ago at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and later worked as Assistant Director of Education and Director of Education at The Barnes Foundation and Delaware Art Museum, respectively. She holds a B.A. and M.A in Art History and a graduate level certification in elementary education. Her favorite book as a child was Snow, by P.D. Eastman and Roy McKie.

There will also be a special Whole Book Workshop for up to 25 participants beginning at 11:45 a.m.

Register for the Workshop.

See you in August!

The Children’s Library



This year’s unconference was most recently featured on School Library Journal’s website:

“Happy Campers: Librarians Discuss, Brainstorm, and Make at Annual KidLibCamp Unconference”

KidLibCamp 2014 Keynote: Lauren Britton from Darien Library on Vimeo.

KidLib Invite 2014

Update: SLJ coverage of KidLib Camp 2013!

Thank you to everyone who attended KidLib Camp 2013.

Click above for Session Notes (and keep them coming in!) Notes, photos, questions, and suggestions can be sent to

One thought on “Announcing KidLib Camp 2016

  1. Connie Konya says:

    I was excited to come but have a conflict! Will pass to a few school librarians Add me to any mailing list! I attended #nerdcampmi this year. Wonderful

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