Public libraries have a long history of bringing materials to people who can't come to the library. National Library Outreach Day celebrates the various innovative ways libraries serve their communities. Curated by Ashley Lee.
Hop into Easter with these children's books, craft projects, and videos! All you need is your library card. Curated by Katie Ocmond.
The color red is one of the boldest colors in the spectrum and is often used to draw our attention. In April, we want to draw your attention to these bold books and challenge you to read a book with a red cover. Find recommendations for adults, teens, tweens, and children.
If you're feeling romantically inclined, check out these new romantic comedy releases published in 2021. Curated by Ashley Lee.
If you're a fan of manga or anime and want to know more about some of the most legendary creators, this list is for you. These men are well known for their art in Japan, and these titles may be just the off-the-beaten-path entertainment you're looking for. Curated by Willie Nettles.
For Women’s History Month, we're celebrating strong women in literary lead roles. While some of them are fictional, they all inspire us to be proud of who we are. Curated by Tabor Millien.
Women across the United States gained the right to vote on August 18, 1920. In celebration of Women's History Month, the struggle for women's suffrage is highlighted in these nonfiction, fiction, and movie titles for adults and children. Curated by Samantha Matherne.
Awards for literary excellence are given out yearly in the library and publishing worlds. Some, like the National Book Award, Pulitzer Prize, Newbery and Caldecott Awards, are familiar. Others, like the Goodreads Choice Awards and the Book Shimmy Awards might be less so. This month, we challenge you to read a book that has won a literary award, no matter how obscure. Find recommendations for adults, teens, tweens, and children, or check out our list of literary awards.
Sometimes all it takes is one word to make your point. These authors certainly thought so when choosing titles for their books. For the March challenge, read a book with a one-word title. Find recommendations for adults, teens, tweens, and children.
This eclectic list includes books about friendship, self-discovery, and living your happiest life with or without romance. After all, not everyone is looking for love.