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Community Presentation: Firefly Children & Family Alliance

Discover the array of resources available for children and families at the Firefly Children and Family Alliance’s presentation. Delve into an informative session where you’ll learn about essential support systems, educational opportunities, and vital resources tailored to empower vulnerable families. From counseling services to educational workshops, explore how Firefly illuminates the path toward a brighter future for those in need. Join us to discover how your support can make a tangible difference in the lives of children and families within our community.…

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Vote For Your Favorite: 2020 Firefly Awards Are Open

by Youth Services

What is the Firefly Award?

The Indiana Early Literacy Firefly Award is awarded to books that encourage very young children & adults to interact through talking, singing, reading, writing, and playing. 

Nominated books are selected by teachers, librarians, caregivers and others who are committed to early childhood development. Each year, children ages 0-5 are encouraged to vote for their favorite!

 

How do I participate?
The nominated books are available for checkout or you can view all five books through recorded videos. After you’ve experienced all the books, help your child choose their favorite and use the online voting form. Votes will be collected until July 31, 2020. Please remember, this vote is only for children ages 0-5. Please fill out the form one time for each eligible child in your household.

Past Recipients

2019 Full List >

2019 Winner: There’s a Monster in Your Book by Tom Fletcher

2018 Full List >

2018: Noisy Night by Mac Barnett

2017 Full List >

2017: Don’t Wake Up the Tiger by Britta Teckentrup

2016 Full List >

2016: Hooray for Hat! by Brian Won

2015 Full List >

2015: Don’t Push the Button! by Bill Cotter

Firefly Award 2020 Nominees

B is for Baby
by Atinuke

Don’t Blink
by Amy Krouse Rosenthal

Firefly Home
by Jane Clarke

Pirate Jack Gets Dressed
by Nancy Raines Day

The Rabbit Listened
by Cory Doerrfeld

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