Lucas Maxwell

Lucas Maxwell has been working with youth in libraries for over fifteen years. Originally from Nova Scotia, Canada, he's been a high school librarian in London, UK for over a decade. In 2017 he won the UK's School Librarian of the Year award and in 2022 he was named the UK Literacy Association's Reading For Pleasure Teacher Champion. He loves Dungeons & Dragons and is the author of Let's Roll: A Guide for Setting up Tabletop Roleplaying Games in Your School or Public Library. You can follow him on Twitter and on his blog.

How to Play D&D Online

Have you ever tried playing D&D online?

Fun D&D Campaign Ideas to Kickstart Your Adventures

What are your favorite D&D campaigns?

How to Start a D&D Campaign

Ready to learn how to start a DnD campaign? Find DnD campaign ideas and side quest ideas, hilarious scenarios, and more.

How Dungeons & Dragons Can Help Members of The Neurodivergent Community

A neurodivergent librarian talks about the ways Dungeons and Dragons has helped him with understanding and accepting himself.

How Dungeons & Dragons Can Make You Better at Your Job

Workplaces that use D&D as professional development will have a tighter-knit group that works better together and is more creative.

Great Halloween Activities for Your School Library

These Halloween activities for kids put books in students' hands, change their perspective on the library, and they're a lot of fun!

8 Frightfully Fun Halloween Reading Activities For Students

Celebrate their love of reading with our favorite Halloween reading activities for kids, teens, and in-betweens.

How to Build a Book Collection

From collecting to organizing, this is how to build a book collection from your first book to your hundredth (or thousandth).

How to Introduce Dungeons and Dragons in Your Library

Here's a guide for introducing D&D in your school library through focused classes, workshops, and lessons.

How to Get Students Back Into Reading After Summer Break

The summer slump can set back children's progress in reading. Here are some tips on how to keep them reading over summer break.