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When summer comes, many students stop reading. Here are some creative ways to keep books in their hands.
How is your library celebrating 200 years of Mary Shelley's "Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus"?
A public librarian in Sacramento teaches students at Title I schools how to create video games.
These two books will be sure to get kids moo-vin' and groovin' in an action-packed storytime session.
Created with images or words, vision boards help people visualize their goals and intentions.
Learn how you can lead reading and discussion groups with underserved teens in your community.
Skokie supports civic engagement in the library by refuting the idea that libraries are "neutral."