The love for literature and the need for creativity to be explored was the central topic of children’s book author Georgina Lázaro’s at various book readings and presentations all around our community the week of October 21-28. On the 21st, toddlers from Centro Infantil Consuelo Corretjer visited the National Museum of Puerto Rican Arts and Culture (NMPRAC), where they were introduced to the book El Flamboyán Amarillo. Later that day, Georgina visited Bernard Moos Elementary where she presented a 3rd grade class with the process of how to make a book, followed by the book reading of Julia, a book dedicated to Julia de Burgos. Lazaro has received many international awards for her literature and pedagogy, including the Educator of the Year Award by the Chamber of Commerce of the Municipality of Ponce, Puerto Rico. Georgina was also received by over 200 students from different charter schools, among them Erie Charter School and Volta, who learned the process of creating a book, as well valuable information about Julia de Burgos. NMPRAC is now showing a beautiful exhibition installed by BACCA Coordinator Maria Borrero and ACA Navigator Raul Maldonado, which brings together historic images of the poet as well as a 3D painting titled: Transcendent Julia. Students were also encouraged by their chaperones and professor to walk around and learn about our Puerto Rican poet Julia de Burgos. The exhibition and book readings are all part of the Jornada Centenaria and centennial celebration, which includes the play Julia de Burgos: Child of Water by Urban Theater Company .