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2 hrs ago | Scoop
'Reading Reboot' gets kids aged 5-13 to keep up their reading over the holidays with fun challenges, stamps, a futuristic passport and great spot prizes.
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6 hrs ago | Evansville Courier & Press
Suddenly, his head pops up, the bangs of his hair whipping back. In a black-and-white, silent film from 1941, this bony lad doesn't offer the stage presence of the man who will play Moses or Marc Antony one day.
6 hrs ago | The Jersey Journal
A unique program at the Hoboken Public Library is encouraging children to read by providing them a captivating audience - dogs - is looking for certified therapy dog volunteers.
11 hrs ago | Patch.com
A Ribbon Cutting ceremony will take place at 2:00 p.m. on December 14, 2013 to mark the Grand Opening of The Edge, a groundbreaking, high-tech library just for teens.
15 hrs ago | Scotsman.com
HITLER'S memoirs, gruesome novels on serial killers and the Fifty Shades Of Grey trilogy were among the books borrowed by Scotland's prison inmates this year, officials have revealed.
Bob Crisp/The Daily Home Jenny Trickett, director of the Munford Public Library, dons a Santa hat to lead activities during the library's Holly Jolly Christmas Party.
LONG BEACH >> The first new library built in North Long Beach since 1951 is scheduled to start construction in early spring, officials said.
We all agree that literacy is indispensable to a fully functioning society. However, many don't have access to that most basic of institutions, the public library.
Derbyshire's mobile library service - which last year loaned 719,000 titles - could be scrapped under council cost-saving measures.
A Canada-wide program that offers free and digital access to open library resources called the Canadian Accessible Library Service is set to launch in Saskatchewan on New Year's Day.
Diane Buckle, right, and her daughter Tia, 13, are proud of their Little Free Library that stands across the road from St. Andrew's Anglican Church in Indian Harbour.
Thanks to Nate at The Digital Reader for sending this article my way. It's from a website called The School Library Journal, and it's called "How to Kill a School Library in Ten Easy Steps."
Sure, there may be times when ancestors get "handed to us on a silver platter," but that's not very often.
The Herald of Rock Hill reports that from now through the end of the year, people with a library fine can pay it off by bringing in nonperishable food.
Work is about to start in Evansville on a long-planned expansion of what is regarded as Indiana's oldest public library.
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