Inter-Library Loan is the magical practice of having your home library borrow items from elsewhere. Here's how to optimize it.
Library ebooks have become famously important in our pandemic times. A librarian weighs in on why they're not just a COVID thing.
Amazon book categories are a great way to discover new books in genres you love. They're also wrong a lot of the time.
Racism in the Dewey Decimal System? Unfortunately, it's true. Despite attempts to decolonize it, problems remain.
Whether they’re helping you spot a hoax or talk your loved ones out of a wacky idea, these books, including The Skeptics’ Guide to the Universe: How to Know What’s Really Real in a World Increasingly Full of Fake by Dr. Steven Novella, are invaluable.
A deep dive into the history of racism in American public libraries, including the effects of Jim Crow laws and racism in libraries today.
Do you love edible book festivals? Sure you do! Who doesn't? Here are about five that deserve to go on your bookish bucket list.
Back in the day, before Kindles and text messages and the like, there was the emergency book. Look back on how it was an essential item.
Are you marrying another bookworm? Maybe you're just moving in or thinking about combining collections. We have tips!
A reader muses on the doctor diary and the morally gray areas between the lives and well-being of real patients and entertainment.