No plan? No problem! There's still time to reach out to writers and get your library ready for November.
Download a free 42-page guide with program ideas and resources for the new PBS documentary.
Kids used common household ingredients to make colorful, oozing and oh-so-fun slime concoctions.
With a piece of famous street art on display, an Indiana library created a passive program out of plywood.
In a conservative area, the library fills an important need for LGBTQ+ teens and allies.
The second season of the hit Neflix show will be released on Oct. 27, and fans are pumped.
In a tiny storefront branch, people trasform plastic bags into sleeping mats for homeless residents.
Help your patrons tell the difference between fact and fiction with these resources about fake news.
Looking for an energy boost? Here's a playlist that will get the whole family up and moving.
Pick a corner of the library for drop-in activities, set out the supplies and instructions, and let it go!