NATIONAL HISTORIC MARKER DAY Historic markers all across the nation provide a glimpse into the past and preserve history for future generations. On the last Friday in April each year, […]
Every classroom is full of young readers and encouraging them to keep reading and learning is one of our most important goals.
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5 World-Favorite Fairy Tales - Even though we often read fairy tales to children, most adults love these magical stories as well.
National Young Readers Week challenges literacy to grow throughout schools everywhere. Grab a book in the second week of November and get reading!
Read an E-Book Week during the first full week in March is an opportunity for book lovers and writers alike to share their passion in digital form.
The fourth Wednesday in January offers a unique opportunity for book lovers on Library Shelfie Day to display their favorite books.
On May 9th, National Sleepover Day provides an opportunity once again for girls to confide in their friends in a way that can be inspiring, therapeutic, and confidence-building.
Will Eisner Week March 1-7 each year recognizes the pioneering talents of the artist who merged the comic books and novels.