Start conversations about autism, immigration, and trauma with young readers through these UK books featuring diverse characters.
Highlighting characters of color, characters with disabilities, and kids facing unique challenges, these middle grade books will help readers build empathy.
Here are a few ways one school librarian has been reaching out to students, for possible use and adoption at your library or school.
Postcards of Kindness is a UK initiative to get postcards to people in nursing homes. Here's how on school librarian turned it into a bookish project.
How one school librarian has addressed fake news in his curriculum -- and how it can be replicated.
Diversity in school libraries is much more than just statistics, it's about the mental well being of the students who use them.
Whether you're in the UK or elsewhere, there are actionable things you can do to help support your local public library.
Get these 2020 UK YA books on your TBR, whatever side of the pond you're on.
A librarian asked teen readers which books they think everyone should read right now. Here's what they chose!
Two important books that help fight the stigma around autism for teens and tweens.
On the statistical and real-life impact of author visits on students, and how one school librarian saw success and interest in reading through visits.
Gloves Off by Louisa Reid and Jemima Small Vs The Universe are two amazing novels that tackle fat shaming in high school in a brilliant way.
Get involved in the Great School Libraries campaign to promote an essential service in UK schools.
India Smythe Stands Up is a hilarious new YA novel by Sarah Govett that is the perfect antitode for anyone looking for a funny new read.