September 15th – October 15th marks the celebration of the rich history and diverse culture of Hispanic and Latin American communities. To join in on the fun, we made some posters in honor of our Hispanic and Latinx students, librarians, and teachers!
In honor of women across the globe, in our past and to our future, we are excited to share our March Women’s Literary History posters. Decorate your library with these posters and celebrate with young and old patrons the phenomenal history of women.
Inaugurated by the Academy of American Poets in 1996, National Poetry Month has evolved into the one of the largest observances of literary achievement in the world! These coordinated posters feature just a sampling from some of the most celebrated poets of recent history.
Women’s Day is recognized across the globe to inspire and empower girls and women. In some countries, the day is as celebrated as Mother’s Day in the United States! We set aside this day to recognize the cultural, social, political, and economic contributions of daughters, sisters, mothers, and grandmothers from all walks of life.
From Hurston to Douglass to Morrison to Truth to Hughes, the rich history of African-American literature is full of inspiration, prose, and insight. Celebrate in style by decorating your library with these posters inspired by some of the key figures of Black History Month.