Popular fiction and genre novels have always gotten bad raps by critics for not offering any literary value to readers. Many readers know, however, that some of the most popular … Continued
Mary Karr’s The Art of Memoir not only documents the frustrations and triumphs of writing about oneself, but also delves into the importance of vulnerability to making authentic and valuable connections.
Librarians are not educators, but we provide learning experiences and foster reading every day through the materials we provide or programs we offer for all ages.
Zoe Kazan plays twins Laurel and Audrey in The Pretty One, a film about life and love and the unshakable bond between siblings.
Susan Ariel Rainbow Kennedy (known by her pen name, SARK) is a prolific artist and writer of books made to awaken the playful child within all of us and to … Continued
Rick Riordan is back with a new series! In the series, Apollo is sent to Earth in the body of a 16-year-old boy as punishment by Zeus. Read on for adventure, laughs and old friends.
Storytime and activities go hand in hand, but finding a suitable activity is often a challenge. Here are a few simple tips on pairing an activity with your storytime.
With so many things to do around town this week–including Pittsburgh Pride!–it will be hard to browse for books, so here are three LGBTQ-friendly YA picks for your Summer Reading list.
After talking about Sun Studio previously, let’s learn more about Memphis. Memphis has a deep history with civil rights and is home to the National Civil Rights Museum. Built around … Continued