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Check out this list of monthly events and celebrations to help with your program planning.

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A cartoon drawing of a girl sitting at a desk in front of a computer that has the words "news update, fake, true" written across the screen

No one wants to be a “sitting duck” for misinformation. Teach your patrons about confirmation bias with these resources.

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A dark green background with light green text that reads "I Read Banned Books. Thank you for writing them." All letters are capitalized.
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Send a note of encouragement to the author of a banned book through ALA's Dear Banned Author campaign.

Great Stories Club
Great Stories Club
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Apply by Nov. 16 to be part of the Great Stories Club series on Truth, Racial Healing & Transformation.

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Children running (Photo by MI PHAM on Unsplash)

Teach your students about the library's resources with a competition inspired by "The Amazing Race."

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Young girl meditating outdoors
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Adults aren't the only ones who get stressed. Help kids be more mindful with tips from Mallika Chopra.

The Great American Read
The Great American Read
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Download this 60-page guide for ideas and resources for programming around the PBS series.

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Stack of books on a table
Blog by Annie Ruefle

Overwhelmed by your book pile? School librarian Annie Ruefle shares how she conquers her reading list.