These nonfiction books about books will give you insight into the personal experiences of book lovers and historical perspectives on our favorite subject.
On the importance of prison libraries to people who are incarcerated, and on the policies and backlash against stripping access to library resources.
A Pennsylvania library created a Hogwarts digital escape room; boredom be gone, we're headed to Hogwarts!
Behold: The mystery of public library collection development, finally revealed in all of its grandeur and majesty. Leave your classics at home.
A list of eight library bequests where authors (and their families) donated their papers and/or donations to libraries (and one hospital).
Angry? Repressed? Unfashionable? Timid? Librarian stereotypes have got to go. Before we banish them for good, let's look at their origins and debunk!
In 2019, 73 library systems loaned over 1 million titles each, making it a record year for checkouts of ebooks and audiobooks.
This one's for all of the readers going back to colleges and universities who want to get to know what those libraries can offer.
How the reading habits of a library latecomer changed, and expanded, upon gaining access to that most cherished bookish item: a library card.
A Rioter decided to make 2019 the year of not buying anything. As you might've guessed, book shopping turned out to be the hardest to quit.
A parent details how weekly trips to the public library have changed with a four-year-old in tow.
Five ways to use Skype in the library to connect high school students to authors, professionals, and other students from around the world.
It is a librarian's job to make sure that the library maintains an updated, relevant collection of books that suits the needs of all its community members.