April 30, 2017

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School Librarian Creates “Trolls” Music Video for Sick Child

A New York elementary school librarian, and her middle school teacher husband, spearheaded a project to brighten the life of a kindergartner with cancer.

Bookmobiles and Beyond: new library services on wheels serve newborns through teens

From TechMobiles to early learning hubs, mobile library outreach is on the rise.

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An Inside Look at Librarians, Schools, and the Political Climate

Librarians around the country share how their workday has changed post-election.

Bob Shea: Author, Illustrator—and Rather Awesome Human

Here’s how the author of “Dinosaur vs. Bedtime” brought the kid lit community together to make life better for one little girl. Maybe Tweets really can change the world.

Ohio Storytime Turns Into Life-Changing Program for Low-income Families

When she realized an entire community of 75 kids younger than five weren’t having their basic needs met, one determined children’s librarian worked a minor miracle in the form of a program called Play, Grow, and Learn.