The outcry against Lil Nas X's unapologetic queerness prompts a queer reader to write to her teen self about the books that might've helped.
Let's say it louder for the people in the back: Kids need queer books. Adults need queer books. Everybody needs queer books.
Let it snow! Let it snow! Bundle the kids up because we’ve got all the cute, fun, and thoughtful children’s books about snow, including Snowy Day by Anabel Soto.
School librarians are finding innovative ways to support virtual learning, stepping up to meet challenges in unprecedented times.
These might not be REAL methods for reading more in 2021, but they're funny nonetheless.
A list of free and affordable reading logs for kids, plus some tips for using these and other tools to foster children's literacy.
Stuck at home staring at your screen? Here are screen-free literacy activities to help you out and keep it bookish.
Do the work of educating yourself about other religions. Here's a list of books about Judaism for anyone looking for insight.
In this Read Harder Challenge post, we're recommending books for the task asking you to read nonfiction books about anti-racism.
We're taking a critical look at community helpers in children's books, including how they're depicted and who they're depicted as serving.