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Woman holding toddler in airplane pose
Blog by Jenn Carson

Adding stretching and movement to your storytimes promotes kinetic literacy, an essential component of child development.

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ALA Annual Conference banner logo
Blog by Katy Kelly

Librarians who wear a programming “hat” can enjoy these highlights from ALA...

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6 adults cosplaying Nick Fury, Jason Tood, Rorschach, Spiderman (symbiote costume), Spiderman, and Deadpool
6 adults cosplaying Nick Fury, Jason Tood, Rorschach, Spiderman (symbiote costume), Spiderman, and Deadpool

Baltimore's Enoch Pratt Free Library recently hosted its first Mini Comic-Con. Event organizer Justin Switzer shares how he pulled it off.

Image courtesy of National Novel Writing Month
Image courtesy of National Novel Writing Month

Encourage library users to write books, as well as read them, with National Novel Writing Month.

Close-up of hands typing on a laptop
Close-up of hands typing on a laptop

When it comes to technology, Mid-Continent Public Library is making an effort to meet people where they’re at.

Halloween at your library
Halloween at your library

Halloween isn't just for kids. Check out these haunted history and creepy-crawly programs for adults.

Girl holding s'more next to solar oven
Girl holding s'more next to solar oven

Use STEAM — science, technology, engineering, arts and math — to help teens and tweens explore the world around them.

The Third Place
The Third Place
Blog by Larry Grieco

One of the most effective ways for a rural library to communicate with its community is by the electronic newsletter.