The Truth about Book Bans from Someone Who's Been There

As a former Public Library Director and someone who experienced a program challenge and personal attacks - my hope is that I am able to provide as much confidence to our library staff and trustees as the ill-informed individuals who attend our board meetings and post on our social media pages.

How Do Libraries Support Small Businesses?

From networking opportunities to digital resources and workshops, your library can help get your business off the ground.

Native American History Archives You Can Access from Your Computer

Online archives help preserve Indigenous heritage in the digital age.

Ask Your Library about Service Opportunities in Your Community

Help those in need by donating your time this holiday season.

Learn to Cook at Your Library

You may be no Martha Stewart, but you can still whip up tasty dishes for the holidays.

US Veterans Speak Out Against Book Bans

Fighting for our freedom includes the freedom to read.

What It’s Like to Be a State Legislative Librarian

State legislative librarians are equal parts historian, legal assistant, and shoulder to cry on.

Libraries Are the Original Influencer

Before Instagram and TikTok, there was (and still is) your public library.

The Benefits of Reading to Your Children before Bed

Bedtime stories impart positive effects that can last a lifetime.

What Shapes Our Reading Preferences?

The Freckle Project explores why we read what we read.