We geek this Storytime Rocking Chair!
We geek the science behind reading!
We 💜 school librarians.
Atlas Obscura has collected numerous tales of things found between the pages!
We geek reading with dogs! Meet Rocket, from the Albany Public Library in Oregon.
Oh wow!! What's the most interesting thing you've found in a book?!
We geek this wonderful valentine message the Free Library of Philadelphia sent to their community!
Spreading some library love with this bookish valentine for The Library of Congress' Dr. Carla Hayden.
“Thanks to its Grants to States program, Institute of Museum and Library Services funding provides services that benefit everyone in our communities, including:
-Veterans in California who receive assistance claiming well-earned benefits to further their education, get medical treatment, start a business and transition to civilian life.
-Students in Arkansas who prepare for today’s competitive job market by participating in coding classes taught by trained school and public l...ibrarians.
-Entrepreneurs in rural North Carolina who received business development assistance from an IMLS-funded business and technology outreach librarian.
-Adults in Kansas who take GED courses and use otherwise cost-prohibitive exam preparation tools to advance their education and improve career prospects."
Jim Neal, President, American Library Association
We geek the story of Ronald Clark! "Nobody else had as many books as I had!"
We geek Marley Dias!
Interesting story about how the three books of Isaac Asimov's Foundation Trilogy came to be blasted into the solar system!
Here's a review of Emilio Estevez's new film, The Public, which debuted at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival. No news on national release, but it will likely surface discussion about libraries and homelessness. Stay tuned! #thepublicfilm EveryLibrary
We geek James Patterson!
“When I talk to teachers and librarians, I always begin by saying, ‘I’m there to save lives.’ That’s why I do what I do with kids books,” he said. “I remind those teachers and librarians that they save lives all the time and may not be aware of it.”