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Dear Banned Author
Dear Banned Author
in News

From letter-writing campaigns to debate clubs to button-making, here are some ways to get teens involved.

A group of African American soldiers in World War I
A group of African American soldiers in World War I
in News

While supplies last, the Smithsonian is offering a free World War I poster exhibition to libraries.

Painted rocks displayed on a table
Painted rocks displayed on a table
Blog by Jenn Carson

Haven't heard of the craze for painting and hiding rocks? You might be living under, well … a boulder.

Hand holding a lightbulb against a pink and blue sky
Hand holding a lightbulb against a pink and blue sky

From the old faithfuls to the less obvious, here's a list of spots to hit up when you need program ideas.

Jason Reynolds speaking at ALA Annual Conference 2019
Jason Reynolds speaking at ALA Annual Conference 2019

School librarians share the best programming ideas they took away from 2019 ALA Annual Conference in Washington, DC. 

A woman holding a baby and reading a StoryWalk post with a toddler
A woman holding a baby and reading a StoryWalk post with a toddler
Blog by Noah Lenstra

Working with scouts is a fun way to bring StoryWalks to your community.

Two people pointing at laptop screen
Two people pointing at laptop screen

To quote Bob Dylan, "the times, they are a changin'" — and information literacy in schools is more important than ever.

Teenage girl with headphones on looking at her laptop
Teenage girl with headphones on looking at her laptop

As school library practices shift, school librarians need to engage educators on the benefits of strong information literacy programming.