Books & Libations: A New Way to RA


North Olympic Library System boosts circulation for "under-performers" with this readers' advisory program.

True Crime Mini-Con

Gloved hands putting envelope of evidence into box

Hooked on true crime? Sacramento Public brought in the experts for a full-day of programming.

Unicorn Party

A girl on a horse decorated as a unicorn

A year later, kids still rush into this Oklahoma library shouting, "This is where I saw a unicorn!"

Thinking Money Exhibit Kickoff and Coffeehouse


Patrons were invited to get a first peek at a financial literacy exhibits at an event with art projects, poetry and more.

Trucks! Trucks! Trucks!

Mother and son ordering at a food truck

More than 2,000 people came to Cherry Hill Public Library to tour trucks and nosh on food truck food.

Light Up the Holidays: Stories and Crafts


With four holidays falling in the same week last December, Arapahoe District Library drew kids to the library with light-themed stories and crafts. 


LMU Speaks

A university library created a winning storytelling program from the ground up — and so can you.

More Than a Month


Oak Park (Ill.) Public Library's black history programming extends long beyond February. 

Film Screenings 101

If you screen it, will they come? Follow these five steps to ensure film screening success on campus.