Hazel (Shailene Woodley) and Gus (Ansel Elgort) are two extraordinary teenagers who share an acerbic wit, a disdain for the conventional, and a love that sweeps them -- and us -- on an unforgettable journey. Their relationship is all the more miraculous, given that they met and fell in love at a cancer support group. THE FAULT IN OUR STARS, based upon the number-one bestselling novel by John Green, explores the funny, thrilling and tragic business of being alive and in love.
As librarians retire and resign, more and more libraries are choosing not to hire full-time qualified librarians because of money. I know, it's not just happening in libraries, but it IS happening in libraries.
Anyone who lives in Somerville knows the city has a million stories to tell, and now, thanks to a national StoryCorps grant, the country will get to hear-and preserve at the National Library of Congress-some of the least heard stories among them:...
Four years after the national recession and a lack of city funds closed them, the downtown Central Library and eight branches of Los Angeles' city library system will resume Sunday service this weekend."Libraries play a critical role in our...
Libraries urged to increase teen services Danbury News Times "Clearly, if all libraries serving teens want to more effectively serve today's `connected' teen and demonstrate value to the community, they must ramp up engagement in areas beyond...
With the help of his mother, Middletown (CT) High School freshman John Grasis, 14, has crafted a semi autographical book from what began as a seventh-grade English assignment that called for frightening fiction.
Tech-savvy younger Americans are more likely than older adults to have read printed books in the past year, are more likely to appreciate reading in libraries, and are just as strong supporters of traditional library services as older adults, a new...
From one standpoint, public libraries seem like a small thorn in the side of embattled publishers. They account for a small percentage of book sales, but bleed off more sales by lending bestsellers promiscuously. Publishers, anxious to discover the next Fifty Shades or Hunger Games have little time for their nattering and would prefer that the current fight over eBook pricing quietly disappeared.
But there is another side to public libraries in America: they are dynamic, versatile community centers. They welcomed more than 1.59 billion visitors in 2009 and lent books 2.4 billion times – more than 8 times for each citizen. More than half of young adults and seniors living in poverty in the United States used public libraries to access the Internet. They used this access, among other purposes to “find work, apply to college, secure government benefits, and learn about critical medical treatments” For all this, public libraries cost just $42 per citizen each year to maintain.
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