What do Trees, Goblins, Seahorses, and Crayons All Have in Common?

What do trees, goblins, seahorses, and crayons all have in common? Book banners think they're all too sexy.

8 Stories to Celebrate International Children’s Book Day

Check out this roundup from EveryLibrary’s collection to create a stellar list of children’s books and learn why reading is fantastic for developing brains!

HelpNow in California Makes the Difference

The California State Library has long embraced the vision that every individual should have the opportunity to receive robust education support from their public library.

Are You Using Business Reference Services at Your Library?

If you’re not using your library's business reference services, you could be missing out on some valuable resources.

No Time to Be Bored: Board Games in the Health Library

Hospital libraries have their own version of a Library of Things.

The Need for Media Literacy in School Libraries

Media literacy education empowers students to navigate the digital age and weed out misinformation.

The Role of Libraries in Bike-Friendly Communities

Take a break from your bike ride to cool off at the library or check out books from a bookmobile on a bike.

Libraries and the Value of Experiential Learning

How do libraries give people the power to learn through action?

Half of Community Colleges in North Carolina were tracking book check-outs.

On January 1st, half of all community colleges across the state of North Carolina had their patron checkout history tracking turned on, compulsorily, for every patron; Both child and adult. No one was allowed to discuss the situation beforehand. Bureaucrats just did it. And then required each school to perform unnecessary steps to undo it. Several schools went through those steps immediately because this kind of record keeping is entirely antithetical to library practice. But not all of them have.

Long Story. . . Long: A More Detailed Look at EveryLibrary and Book Riot’s Parent Poll

Most parents want to know what their kids are reading but aren’t pushing for book bans.