It's a beautiful day to explore The Neighborhood Archive, an online collection of "episode commentary, books for kids, books for adults, LP releases, CD releases, fan stories, news articles, toys," and more, all related to the long-running children's show Mister Rogers' Neighborhood. Created in 2008 by guidance counselor Tim Lybarger, the site aims to honor the legacy of Fred Rogers and provide a wealth of resources perfect for elementary school teachers, caregivers, and those interested in children's media more generally. Readers may begin by exploring the list of "Classic Episodes" (linked at the page above). Each episode listing offers a description, images from the show, links to biographic information about the characters who appear, and a list of songs. A full compilation of installments organized by year, topic (e.g., dance, make-believe, conflict), or special events (such as the 1977 Christmas episode) can be accessed by clicking "Episodes" on the left-hand side of the page. Caretakers and educators in search of reading material will find a list of "Books and Publications" by Fred Rogers (among other authors) that center on the TV program. Nostalgic adults may enjoy exploring the Mister Rogers references "In Pop Culture" or the "Fan Art & Stories" submitted by readers of the site. Finally, the site also maintains episode pages for two spin-off shows, Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood (which first aired in 2012) and Donkey Hodie (which premiered in May 2021).