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An academic library provides space for faculty to talk about publishing — and the frustrations that come with it.
Public library workers, apply by August 16 to be part of the national reading and discussion program.
Apply by July 15 to be part of the Great Stories Club's uncoming theme, "Growing Up Brave on the Margins."
Encourage your teens to express themselves in a fun (and cheap!) zine-making workshop.
Introduce your patrons to zines — homemade magazines — and help get them started making their own.
Acknowledging the unique experiences of immigrants, this exhibit sparks conversation through poetry.
Much like a wine tasting, patrons spent an evening sampling and discussing a titles from four literary genres.
Inspired by the Read Woke movement, Calvert County Public Schools started a diverse books challenge.