Resources for Children
Explore reading recommendations and activities for children on the topic of social justice.
A Ride To RememberSharon Langley
A Girl Like MeAngela Johnson
Hair LoveMatthew A. Cherry
Hey Black ChildUseni Eugene Perkins
Brave, Black, FirstCheryl Willis Hudson
Harbor MeJacqueline Woodson
Eyes That Kiss In the CornersJoanna Ho
Drawn TogetherMinh Lê
When You Trap A TigerTae Keller
Lalani of The Distant SeaErin Entrada Kelly
Enemy ChildAndrea Warren
The Pratt’s Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Council recognizes that our children are always learning. As parents we all strive to raise our children to become awesome, warm, and caring human beings, as well as contributing citizens. But how do we succeed with so many negative forces rising against the ideals we set forth for our children? The Pratt is here to help. We want children to think about creating a community, neighborhood, and world they want to see, and realize that it begins with them.
At the Pratt, we have developed engaging, positive, and educational activities for children to do what they do best: play, learn, and love.
The Enoch Pratt Free Library stands with the city of Baltimore and our community in the fight against systemic racism.
Pratt Library Resources for Kids
Learn a new skill, make crafts, get homework help, and more at the Pratt Library.