Here's a guide on escape room library challenges and how to run them in an effective way in public and school library settings.
From virtual events to reading scavenger hunts, these are some great summer reading program ideas to kick off a love of books in your kids!
Author visits to schools can make a huge impact on students' relationships to books. If you're a new author, here are some tips.
These books like They Both Die At The End include gut-wrenching sad books combined with thrillers, mysteries, and also light-hearted reads.
These middle grade fantasy novels, including No Humans Allowed! (Dungeon Academy #1) by Madeleine Roux, all have a lot of action, high stakes, and strong world building — perfect for Dungeons and Dragons fans.
Tips and tricks for running a successful book quiz challenge in your school library.
From belly laughs to snorts, these funny books for teens are sure to provide some laugh out loud thrills for your teens.
Getting students into the library can be one challenge, but getting teachers into the library is a completely different animal.
A school librarian provides some strategies for what do when teenagers say, "I hate reading." Tip: try different formats and genres!
A school librarian who runs a weekly manga club shares a list of the most popular manga for high school students.