At Repair Cafés, volunteers make broken items like new again — and keep them out of landfills.
Can your patrons predict the top illustrated children's book of the year?
The Sonoma State University Library partnered with a campus tea club for a finals week program.
In this passive program, Princeton Public Library invited patrons to fill branches with leaves of poetry.
Have schools in your area stopped teaching cursive? Help kids (and adults) rediscover the disappearing art.
A librarian and her patrons created a doll celebrating their community’s Indian American population.
Everyone expects to be able to check out books and DVDs. But telescopes? Cake pans? Litter clean-up kits?
Spokane Public Library used leftover boxes to create cozy habitats for their patrons' feline friends.
Is your well of programming ideas running dry? Find inspiration in some of our favorite blogs.
With just a YouTube video, get the skills you need to teach this easy project (no needles required).
Shh! The Mystery Reader is on the loose, hunting for students who are reading for pleasure.
Lefferts Library hosted a spelling bee and costume contest in honor of Star Wars Reads month in October.
Small library? Small budget? No problem! Chelsea Price shares tips for programming on a shoestring.