In considering whether staff are being protected as libraries reopen during the pandemic, we take a look at some Arizona libraries.
If I'm wearing it, it's fashion, right? As the pandemic rages on, you need more masks, so why not show your bookish side with some literary masks?
Quaranzines collecting people’s quarantine experiences are growing in popularity, and provide important information, and libraries are noticing.
Taking a look at some of the helpers who are turning their Little Free Libraries into Little Free Pantries to help neighbors in need during the pandemic.
As bookstores reopen, owners are prioritizing safety for employees and customers above all else. Find out what's happening from the sources.
With no city public health department, the City of Phoenix repurposes librarians as public health workers.
A line-item veto by Governor DeSantis in Florida demolishes funding for online learning and information accesss.
Give the little ones some tools to better understand this unprecedented event with these free children's books about coronavirus.
Lock-downs and shelter-in-place rules have changed the landscape of literary events. In response, these literary translation events have shifted online.
JK Rowling announces a new children's book, The Ickabog, to be published for free online.
Find out how some libraries are shifting summer reading programs into digital spaces, maintaining their communities, and learning from the process.
A library worker on the dangers librarians face as people in positions of power demand they return to work with little concern for library staff safety.
Taika Waititi will lead an all-star reading of JAMES AND THE GIANT PEACH on YouTube to fund COVID-19 relief.
How are you getting creative with reading time while staying at home? This reader has some tips for maximizing your pandemic reading time.
Chicago Public Library calling back staff endangers them -- as much as opening for scaled-down regular service June 1 endangers its communities.