There are resources for kids' book tastings, but what about the grown people? Here's a how-to for hosting a book tasting for adults at a public library.
Can't read lately as a side effect of COVID-19 stress? Here are some way Book Rioters are embracing stories while they can't read during social-distancing.
If you're looking for ways to help support your favorite authors while social distancing limits access to new releases, check out this guide.
Now, I recognize that many caregivers who come to storytime are just as uninformed about how to get the most out of storytime as I was when I first started.
From classics like LITTLE WOMEN and ANNE OF GREEN GABLES, DIY Flower Crowns are perfect for a Spring Picnic and give you plenty of scope for the imagination.
Consider playing these sight word games to master letter recognition with your preschooler, state capitols with your fifth grader, and more.
Looking for a fun way to get your young child interested in reading? Try the 1000 Books Before Kindergarten program. Here's how to participate.
One reader draws from personal experience to give tips on how to read to a child, and making it an enjoyable experience for both child and adult.
Learn how to fix book binding, how to fix a book spine, DIY book repair, and other tips on how to fix your favorite (broken) books.
Here's why this Rioter keeps a reading journal, and some tips for keeping one of your own.
How to quell reader anxiety while using the Libby app.
Looking for a queer book club or even want to start your own? This is how to get started.
If the very idea of book club puts the fear in you, take a page from the introvert's guide to joining book club and consider these tips for participating.
How to throw a reading party that is perfect for all of your fellow bookworm friends.
I asked each of eight avid readers to share their thoughts on building, organizing, and making the most of a personal library.