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Check out this list of monthly events and celebrations to help with your program planning.
Students should feel welcome in their library. Luckily, programming is a great way to build community.
Encourage teens to get excited about reading with these tips from school librarians Donna Mignardi and Jennifer Sturge.
From letter-writing campaigns to debate clubs to button-making, here are some ways to get teens involved.
It’s not easy to keep library programming fresh, but these tips can help you find inspiration.
Send a note of encouragement to the author of a banned book through ALA's Dear Banned Author campaign.
Banned Books Week 2018 starts Sept. 23. Get your plans in order with these simple programming ideas.
Free food attracts college students. So why not make food the main attraction instead of an afterthought?
Since 2012, Skokie youth librarians have selected Hot Summer Reads for junior high pleasure reading.
Mrs. Librarian Lady presents some thought-provoking ideas to get teens involved in Banned Books Week.