It's Pride Month again and most of us are probably spending it inside--celebrate with these fiction and nonfiction LGBTQ+ middle grade books.
Who better to write books than the book experts? Check out some excellent picture books written by librarians for their tiniest patrons.
Check out a comic about the benefits of mental health training by kidlit author Booki Vivat, and learn about her own training experience.
Taking a look at how the indie boom happened in the age of multi-floor bookstore chains and Amazon’s 2-day shipping.
Meet new characters while revisiting comfortingly familiar narratives through these humorous versions of classics told in fiction and comics.
There is already a decent amount of free books for kids available online, and now there has been a recent expansion of available resources.
These librarians in pop culture reflect aspects of the real job of a library professional, and here are their relatable on-screen moments.
For the #LoveReading campaign, a reader talks up books that are personal favorites from the NYPL's librarian-curated list of Books We Love.
Witches and sirens and basketball, oh my! These middle grade comics are full of whimsical stories, imaginative plots, and well-developed characters.
Who was Pure Belpré and why she should be your librarian hero, too.
Celebrate the New York Public Library's 125th anniversary with a commemorative library and metro card, a tote, and this list of their top 10 book checkouts.
We're talking about the history, queens, and headlines of drag queen story time organized for children at public libraries across the U.S.
As we head into hibernation season, it’s a great time to read some of the best fiction and nonfiction children's books about bears.
ThriveNYC and NYPL collaborate to bring mental wellness support to patrons at the library.
Let's start off 2020 right with the best book club books! Some were published in 2019, while others are upcoming releases to get on your library holds list.