Books About Librarians That Remind Us of Their Importance

Librarians do so much more than work with books—they change lives with their love of reading.

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If You Give a Book-Lover a Tote Bag

Don't be surprised—or concerned—if you find them everywhere. Like, you know, on the wall.

By • 2 months ago
Author Essay

How Books Make Us Feel Less Alone

The author of How Could She remembers finding hope (and glamour) in the Vintage Contemporaries.

By LAUREN MECHLING • 3 months ago

Why Books Are Worth Your Money

By a broke twenty-something-year-old girl living in New York City.

By • 3 months ago
Author Essay

Why We’ll Always Love Small-Town Libraries

Casey Cep, author of Furious Hours, reminds us that small-town libraries are irreplaceable and essential.

By CASEY CEP • 4 months ago

My Lifelong Love Affair with Libraries

From childhood to motherhood, Julie Bogart has remained true to the love of her life: the library.

By JULIE BOGART • 6 months ago

Gifts for Librarians and Library Loyalists

This holiday season, stock them up with books they can keep for their very own.

By • 11 months ago
Author Essay

Why Libraries Will Save the World (If We Let Them)

The author of Palaces for the People makes a case for libraries as the heart of our communities.

By ERIC KLINENBERG • 1 year ago