Acknowledging the unique experiences of immigrants, this exhibit sparks conversation through poetry.
Throughout her years as director of a tiny library, Chelsea Price has picked up a few fundraising tricks.
August 2020 marks the 100-year anniversary of the woman’s suffrage movement. Is your library celebrating?
Inspired by the Read Woke movement, Calvert County Public Schools started a diverse books challenge.
Keep your out-of-school teens (and everyone else) busy with these fun and easy hands-on projects.
May 31, 2019, marks the 200th birthday of one of the most celebrated poets of all time.
Millvale Community Library's new collection of power tools, ladders and more can be checked out for free.
An NYPL branch led talks about an important issue facing residents of the Lower East Side.
Ferguson Municipal Public Library offered a star-inspired embroidery class for all ages.
National Poetry Month celebrates poems and poets, with annual events taking place nationwide in April.
Here's what LP Fisher Public Library learned when they brought storytime to the farmers' market.
In honor of Black History Month, Louisville's Portland Library branch celebrates black superheroes.
How did tiny Meservey Public Library get a free visit from a bestselling author? Two words: they asked.
With no universal pre-K in the area, a New York library created its own six-week preschool program.
More than 500 people attended this free (and earth-friendly) clothes-swap at a New Zealand library.
Short on time and money? Here's a quick, inexpensive way to celebrate National Poetry Month in April.