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A dark green background with light green text that reads "I Read Banned Books. Thank you for writing them." All letters are capitalized.
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Send a note of encouragement to the author of a banned book through ALA's Dear Banned Author campaign.

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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.

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Cutting board with vegetables
Blog by Noah Lenstra

Partnering with your local Extension can bring endless programming possibilities to your library.  

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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.

The Great American Read
The Great American Read
in News

Download this 60-page guide for ideas and resources for programming around the PBS series.

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Image of people smiling toward the camera
Blog by Noah Lenstra

As long as they aren't selling anything, local businesses can be excellent partners for health programming.

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Girl practicing writing in cursive at a table
Blog by Jenn Carson

Help kids (and adults) rediscover the disappearing art of cursive writing.

A young girl playing with bubbles in a park
A young girl playing with bubbles in a park
Blog by Noah Lenstra

Partnering with local, state and national parks and recreation departments can help build healthy communities.