Children have loved Little Golden Books for over 75 years. They have written their names inside each front cover and delighted in the colorful picures and wonderful stories. Thanks to the happy hours spent with each book, many children have developed a lifelong love for reading. Launched in 1942-- the first full year of America's involvement in the Second World War-- Little Golden Books made high-quality illustrated books avaiable at affordable prices for the first time to millions of young children and their parents.
The Museum was featured in the most recent Hidden Georgia Tech, a photo series promoting places on campus with which many people are not familiar. A Georgia Tech photographer went behind the scenes to capture images of rarely seen artifacts, students in action, and more.
The EXPLORE! series consists of nine educational workshops dedicated to the art and science of paper. Perfect for homeschoolers or anyone looking to experience the diverse potential of paper. Participate in one session or all- sign up for what your schedule allows. All sessions led by Jerushia Graham.
The dog-days of summer are fast approaching, and many people are looking for cool places to escape the heat. Atlanta PlanIt, a feature on WABE 90.1, is showcasing ten unforgettable museums in Atlanta— including the Robert C. Williams Museum of Papermaking!
See what they have to say about us and plan a stay-cation, day trip, or extended visit to discover what makes us “unforgettable.”