Month: August 2022

Connecting with a novel can be life-changing. As the characters in a book struggle with love, loss, morality, and mortality, readers can feel that their own obstacles are parts of the universal human experience. Isolation melts away. Fears are identified and picked apart in beautiful prose. For society’s more marginalized populations, though, that kind of […]

For those of us who love reading, many have fond memories of perusing the bookshelves of our childhood classrooms to track down our next adventure. For young students, the classroom library can be a perfect introduction to a world of wonder and a lifelong relationship with reading. Even more importantly, the classroom library serves a […]