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!
The calendar is not lying to you–it’s May already. The sun is shining, the birds are chirping, and the flowers are popping out to say hello. As you wrap up the last of year-end inventory, you begin drifting into that age-old daydream. You know the one–you’re lounging in your favorite […]
There is something magical about children’s books–the simplicity of innocent stories, laced with poignant lessons about life and love. Everyone has that one special book. The one that still has the ability to make them laugh out loud and maybe shed a few bittersweet tears. Maybe it’s the one their […]
Guest Post By: Ari Schjelderup Fall and winter are filled with many opportunities to read books in a quiet environment away from distraction. Right? Or is it a time filled with bustling around, getting things done, and going on adventures? Don’t give up on reading a good book! Have you […]
For a true book lover, every month is reading month, but for the rest of the country, March is officially National Reading Month! We’re already almost halfway through the month, but it’s not too late to promote awareness. The challenge of National Reading Month is giving young readers the opportunity […]