Wednesday, January 27, 2016


If enough people click "Like," the Windsor Terrace Library could get funding from BKLYN Incubator to create a Children's Literary Garden.

BKLYN Incubator is going to provide money to a Brooklyn Public Library branch for a new community program. Help the Windsor Terrace Library's program win the money by clicking "Like" and commenting by Wednesday, February 3rd.

A description of the Windsor Terrace Library's program:

"The inspiration for this program comes from literature. We hope to plant a love of reading. From Greek myths to Shakespeare to Frances Hodgson Burnett’s The Secret Garden, plants have always played an important role in works of literature.
The goal of the program is to create a children’s literary garden that is filled with flowers and plants mentioned in works of literature. The Children’s Literary Garden is a program that incorporates plant care and reading."

The Windsor Terrace Library will partner with GreenWorks Team for this project.

To vote for the WT Library's project, go to and vote for Children's Literary Garden. Actually, all that's visible on the page is "ildren’s erary arden." The project is in the top row, third from the left--but the order that the projects are listed in might change.