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Amex Small Business Saturday Shop Small logo
Amex Small Business Saturday Shop Small logo
in News

This year, Small Business Saturday® will be taking place on Saturday, Nov. 24 — but it’s not too late to get involved.

Book standing up open with the pages folded to form a triangle fan with black paper cut and pasted to the open pages to look like two people walking by a street lamp.
Book standing up open with the pages folded to form a triangle fan with black paper cut and pasted to the open pages to look like two people walking by a street lamp.
Blog by Annie Ruefle

Got old, outdated or damaged books? Before you toss them into the recycling bin, consider turning them into book art.

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Two groups of people sit at two tables and participate in a meeting.

Starting this month, 300 Free Library staff will learn and practice the skills necessary to thrive as the role of libraries evolves.

Man and woman sitting at a table looking at a document and smiling.
Man and woman sitting at a table looking at a document and smiling.
in News

Public libraries are invited to apply by Dec. 14 for a $10,000 grant to support adult literacy services.

Blog by Annie Ruefle

Providing a book for a new baby builds community between the library, schools and families. 

A black chalkboard with a bar graph in white chalk showing increasing amounts of coins, the last bar is the highest and it's yellow with a money bag on top.
A black chalkboard with a bar graph in white chalk showing increasing amounts of coins, the last bar is the highest and it's yellow with a money bag on top.
in News

ALA is seeking contributing authors for a book on personal finance and financial literacy in libraries.

Child signing a letter in front of a blackboard
Child signing a letter in front of a blackboard
in Program Models

Sign language is a great alternative for children who struggle to communicate in front of others.