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Little girl reading a book outside photo by MI PHAM on Unsplash
Little girl reading a book outside photo by MI PHAM on Unsplash

When summer comes, many students stop reading. Here are some creative ways to keep books in their hands.

Frontispiece to 1831 edition of Frankenstein
Frontispiece to 1831 edition of Frankenstein

How is your library celebrating 200 years of Mary Shelley's "Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus"?

Jenn Carson reading to a group of kids
Jenn Carson reading to a group of kids
Blog by Jenn Carson

These two books will be sure to get kids moo-vin' and groovin' in an action-packed storytime session.

A librarian and a student hold a copy of "March: Book One"
A librarian and a student hold a copy of "March: Book One"
in News

Learn how you can lead reading and discussion groups with underserved teens in your community.

Student presenting his Ted-ED Club presentation
Student presenting his Ted-ED Club presentation

With TED Talks' TED-Ed Clubs, librarians can encourage young people to share their big ideas.

Writing on a whiteboard
Writing on a whiteboard

A simple question can be a passive program and community engagement all at once. So what should we ask?

A person types on their laptop.
A person types on their laptop.
in News

It can be hard to constantly come up with creative program ideas. But there's a simple solution: the blogosphere.

Children playing the board game Battleship
Children playing the board game Battleship
Blog by Jenn Carson

Inspired by a school gym class, this life-size version of the classic tabletop game is fun for all ages.