1. Libraries let people read your books. I know I know you think that if it weren't for libraries more people would buy your books, I have bad news for you if it weren't for libraries people would read less not buy more books.
Four museums and eight libraries — including the Da Vinci Discovery Center of Science and Technology in Allentown and the Free Library of Philadelphia Foundation — recently received a combined $1.2 million in grants to design teen spaces for the...
By Teresa Smith Canadian toddlers — not five-year-olds — may be the ones posing for “first-day-of-school” snapshots taken by proud parents, if provincial governments adopt recommendations from the latest report on early-childhood education.
This week, after tweeting a link to ALA's President Molly Raphael's statement regarding the destruction of the Occupy Wall Street Library in New York City, I became engaged in a conversation on Twitter about what constitutes a library.
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