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

1-22-19 The National Day of Racial Healing #HowWeHeal
1-22-19 The National Day of Racial Healing #HowWeHeal
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On Jan. 22, celebrate our common humanity and take action toward a more just and equitable world. 

Writing on paper between two laptops
Writing on paper between two laptops

School librarians Jennifer Sturge and Donna Mignardi explore how to use, promote and create programming around open educational resources.

Students critiquing their favorite illustrated book.
Students critiquing their favorite illustrated book.
Blog by Annie Ruefle

Can your patrons predict the top illustrated children's book of the year?

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Open laptop and person writing in notebook

Use these resources to teach students to be thoughtful researchers and critical consumers of information.

Slip that reads "Congratulations! You have been caught reading by the mystery reader! Please stop by Power Library to pick up your reward."
Slip that reads "Congratulations! You have been caught reading by the mystery reader! Please stop by Power Library to pick up your reward."
Blog by Annie Ruefle

Shh! The Mystery Reader is on the loose, hunting for students who are reading for pleasure.

Books on a table covered in plain wrapping paper with a the first line written on the front. A sign that says "Blind Date With a Book" is behind the table.
Books on a table covered in plain wrapping paper with a the first line written on the front. A sign that says "Blind Date With a Book" is behind the table.
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Looking for selections for your Blind Date with a Book display? Here are some titles with eye-catching opening lines.

Person holding magnifying glass and taking notes in a book
Person holding magnifying glass and taking notes in a book

Young people are inundated with inaccurate stories. These youth-friendly resources can show them the light.