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School Librarians are Disappearing: Here’s Why They Shouldn’t

School libraries with full-time, dedicated librarians are the hub and heart of the school, but school librarian positions are disappearing.

Who Are the Librarians of Jeopardy!?

With their wealth of knowledge in a myriad of topics, it's no wonder so many librarians have graced the Jeopardy! stage.

Why Librarians Should Read at Their Desks

Librarians should be reading on the job, especially at the circulation desk. Here's how it would help librarians and patrons.

Clara Stanton Jones: Librarian and Advocate

On the life and legacy of Carol Stanton Jones, the first Black woman to serve as director of a central public library system in the US.

Lies Librarians Tell

Getting people, especially teens, in the library is my goal. If I have to smudge the truth here and there to do it, it's totally worth it.

Is Your Fave Public Librarian Feeling Blue? 9 Books That Celebrate Librarians

If you are looking to cheer up a tired librarian in your life, here is a list of titles that will make them feel appreciated and valued.

Knowledge and Power: Real and Fictional Librarians Leading Resistance

These factual and fictional librarians have done the crucial, dangerous work of protecting knowledge and freedom of thought.

8 Wonderful Libraries to Visit Post-Pandemic

If you're planning some bookish trips for the future, don't miss adding these gorgeous libraries to visit post-pandemic to the list.

How Librarians Helped Invent the YA Category of Books

A look back in history to how YA librarians and libraries helped create the young adult category of books for teens.

13 Pioneering Black American Librarians You Oughta Know

Here are 12 pioneering Black American librarians, but this is only a fraction of the black librarians who have left a lasting legacy in librarianship.