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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.

A dark green background with light green text that reads "I Read Banned Books. Thank you for writing them." All letters are capitalized.
A dark green background with light green text that reads "I Read Banned Books. Thank you for writing them." All letters are capitalized.
in News

Send a note of encouragement to the author of a banned book through ALA's Dear Banned Author campaign.

NEXT LEVEL! Coding Club
NEXT LEVEL! Coding Club
in Program Models

Through community collaborations, McCracken County Public Library taught students of all ages how to code. 

Three young children browsing books on a table at an outdoor event.
Three young children browsing books on a table at an outdoor event.
Blog by Jenn Carson

Mingling different age groups enables kids to learn from one another in new ways.

Hand holding a plant in foreground, with woman smiling in background
Hand holding a plant in foreground, with woman smiling in background
in Program Models

A D.C.-area library worked with their local Extension to offer environmental and agriculture programs.

Children running (Photo by MI PHAM on Unsplash)
Children running (Photo by MI PHAM on Unsplash)

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