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Nashville Public Library Makes “I Read Banned Books” Library Cards

Nashville Public Library makes a limited edition library card in response to nationwide censorship efforts.

My Workplace Joined the Fine-Free Library Movement (And Here’s What I Learned)

The realities -- the good, the challenging, and the great -- of going fine-free in libraries from a public librarian.

Pennsylvania Library Creates a Hogwarts Digital Escape Room

A Pennsylvania library created a Hogwarts digital escape room; boredom be gone, we're headed to Hogwarts!

Public Library Collection Development Secrets, Revealed

Behold: The mystery of public library collection development, finally revealed in all of its grandeur and majesty. Leave your classics at home.

In Library Renovations, When Do Discussions of Accessibility Arise?

After recent news of major library renovations that failed to plan for accessibility, it's important to talk about the whens and hows of accessible design.

Literary Tourism in St. Louis, MO

I grew up in St. Louis, Missouri, so I’m very excited to share this literary tourism post of my very ...

The $41 Million Hunter’s Point Library Is Not Accessible

The new Hunters Point Library is not accessible.

Cool Bookish Places: The Central Library in Halifax, Nova Scotia

The Central Library in Halifax Nova Scotia Canada is an amazing public library with five floors of resources, activities and other resources.

Library Privatization Passes Despite Public Outcry

Escondido citizens unsuccessfully fought a city council vote for library privatization, a movement that takes libraries out of community hands.

Authors’ Love Letters to Public Libraries

Authors write love letters to public libraries as part of a public library's 10th birthday celebration in Nova Scotia Canada.