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1 hr ago | Richmond and Twickenham Times
A festival to promote reading, engage new library users and encourage people to explore and celebrate their city will launch next month.
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5 hrs ago | Scotsman.com
TURNING 21 is a traditional coming-of-age, for organisations as well as people. And if any proof were needed that Glasgow Women's Library has reached maturity, one needs only to look through the pages of the 21 Revolutions, an ambitious collection of new work created for the Library by some of the leading artists and writers in Scotland.
10 hrs ago | WGBH
It took more than 90 rounds and a delay of two weeks, after judges ran out of words.
14 hrs ago | The Courier Mailer
It started with reading programs that provided her an escape from summer heat, and her admiration of Mrs. Allstot - her neighbor and school librarian -- and the solace a stack of books provided amidst hectic high school days.
18 hrs ago | Suria
The Anne Frank House, a museum dedicated to the Jewish girl who died in a Nazi concentration camp, on Saturday donated 3,400 copies of its catalogue to Japanese libraries after hundreds of copies of Anne Frank's diary were damaged.
Tulsa Public Schools broke ground on a $2.9 million expansion for Mitchell Elementary that will create eight new classrooms and a 2,600 square foot library that will double as a tornado shelter.
Don McCue, director of the A.K. Smiley Public Library in Redlands, said work on a new chiller for the building's 25-year-old heating and air conditioning unit should be done in about six weeks.
World Book Day on March 6 celebrates the joy of reading, and aims to fire a child's imagination and promote language skills from an early age.
Mesa County Libraries are celebrating the 110th anniversary of the author's birthday with a special rendition of the Cat in the Hat.
Northwestern University has received an $8.6 million gift from the estate of alumna Marie A. Quinlan.
The Dixon School Board, in its capacity as the Dixon Library Board will meet in Special Session to night to discuss a proposal which many are calling an attempted "Coup" to steal the Dixon Library from the people of Dixon.
Here's a conundrum: Both of these Inner Southeast Libraries - Sellwood-Moreland, and Woodstock - are 150 years old, and yet the communities in which they are located are nowhere near that old! How can that be? There's a simple explanation.
There is nothing like the comfort of a blanket to make someone feel better, and to help spread this warm feeling Naperville Public Library is presenting two upcoming programs dedicated to giving blankets to those in need.
The World Digital Library led by the Library of Congress reached a milestone Thursday, surpassing 10,000 items with the addition of ancient manuscripts from the Walters Art Museum in Baltimore.
While Kentucky's public libraries have historically been the "go to" place for adults to learn, the role of public libraries in the education process has become even more important in recent years.
The South Whatcom Library will open in a former horse barn Tuesday, March 11 - after years of fundraising and thousands of hours of volunteer labor to make it happen.