Who is writing school board policies to ban books? Not the school board.

Who is writing the policies for your school system’s libraries and classrooms? The librarians? The elected school board? Professionals who have training in the educational content and value of the books on the shelves? Would you believe radical religious groups with political agendas?

Keep Your Kids Busy Over the Summer on a Budget

Summer reading programs are a fun (and free) way to keep your children engaged.

Filling the Needs of the Community: Ypsilanti District Library

Advocacy efforts paid off for one Michigan public library.

Librarians Share Why They Love Their Jobs

There is much to appreciate about working in public libraries.

The Challenges of Being a Librarian

Like all professions, librarianship has its cons.

To Quote Adolf Hitler...

If you've been following the organized attacks on your freedom to read, you know Moms 4 Liberty is one of the most well-funded dark money organizations that we've been fighting against. 

Story Hour with First Responders

Storytimes featuring hometown heroes bring communities together to support literacy.

10 Summer Audiobooks for Beach Readers

Audiobooks are the perfect way to relax in the sun while enjoying an engaging story!

Archives Preserve Juneteenth History

Explore how libraries protect and share vital information about Juneteenth and Black history.

When Banning Leads to Bullying

With the hostility that has arisen from book banning efforts, we must learn how to recognize and help break the cycle of bullying librarians.