arkansas center for the book
The Arkansas Center for the Book was established in 2000 and is an affiliate of the Center for the Book in the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C.
Headquartered at the Arkansas State Library, the Arkansas Center for the Book exists to encourage reading, writing, and literacy in Arkansas, and to protect the rich literary history of Arkansas by preserving and promoting books and literature within the state.
Annual publication of a poster and bookmark highlights recently published new works about Arkansas or by authors from the Natural State....
Borrow book sets of 12 for library-based book clubs from the Arkansas Center for the Book at the Arkansas State Library.
Charlie May Simon Book Award (Grades 4-6)
The Charlie May Simon Children's Book Award for children's literature has been presented annually since 1971 to an author whose book has been...
If All Arkansas Read the Same Book
Created in 2001, If All Arkansas Read the Same Book is an annual, statewide reading program designed to encourage the enjoyment of reading...
Letters About Literature
Letters about Literature is an annual, national reading and writing program for students in grades 4-12.