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Dan Brown, author of the best-selling "The Da Vinci Code" and "The Lost Symbol" books, has just released his latest title, and Staffordshire libraries are busy stocking book shelves for the predicted rush by borrowers.
Library workers were able to cover up most of the books.But ceilings, walls, and the carpet all were damaged.
An interesting discussion happened today on Twitter about clothing and librarianship.
The book is a wonderfully unique and honest look at what life, and love, can be like while dealing with a major illness.
This is the final week to submit your library for American Libraries ' 2013 Library Design Showcase, our annual feature celebrating the best new and newly renovated or expanded libraries of all types.
What looks like a little red birdhouse with a pitched roof sits on a post outside Centreville Elementary School in Virginia, attracting a lot of attention.
On May 15, the Camp Verde Town Council announced that Library Services and Technology Act grants totaling $33,455 have been awarded to the Camp Verde Community Library.
The University of Texas and Texas A&M University systems will dedicate a new joint library to house about 1 million books culled from the general and reference holdings of the state's top universities.
Patrons of the Deerfield Public Library can help the library and help themselves at the same time before 6 p.m. Friday by checking out as many movies, new books and musical recordings as they like.
Ann Lincoln will bring her magical pets to the Sterling Public Library's Summer Reading Program kickoff on Tuesday.
The Muscogee County Library Board unanimously voted Thursday to offer the Chattahoochee Valley Libraries director’s job to Alan Harkness, an assistant state librarian.
Patrons of the Jimmie B. Keel Regional Library are going to have to wait another day at least before the doors reopen for regular business.
Children during a press conference at City Hall criticizing the budget cuts libraries will be facing on May 22.
THE first woman to run Oxford's world-famous Bodleian Libraries in 400 years will leave her position this summer.
Lydia Davis poses during a photocall in May for the finalists of the 2013 Man Booker International literary prize in London.
SIX hundred people are expected to take part in a 10k run to raise funds for a Jericho primary school and a library project in Africa.
Good Eggs courtesy photo Ryan, Tyler and Madison Brennan spent Easter Sunday with their parents, Scott and Heidi, volunteering to clean Goodall Library's property.