May is Get Caught Reading Month
Sponsored by the American Libray Association and book publishers, this month reminds teens and adults to pick up and book, just because it's fun to read! To hear what books some of our favorite authors love to read, click here.
April is School Library Month
March 25th: Tolkien Reading Day
This March 25th is the 76th anniversary of the publication of The Hobbit. The Tolkien Society invites everyone to discover and enjoy the books written by J.R.R. Tolkien! If you've seen the movie, you've only experienced a third of the book.
February is Black History Month
January is Book Blitz Month
In January, make a point of creating a list of books you want to read, then reserving them with your local public library. With your library card, you can reserve books online and renew them. Also, if you have a portable device, you can borrow from their digital library. Also, check out this great video which explains why we need to support our public libraries!
December is Read a New Book Month
November is Picture Book Month
Even in a digital age, the print book is still a tactile, important method for learning how to read for children all over the world. This month celebrates authors and illustrators of children's picture books. Become an ambassador!
October is National Book Month
"All you need is an open mind. And an open book." The mission of the National Book Awards is to celebrate the best of American literature, to expand its audience, and to enhance the cultural value of good writing in America. Find out this year's winners by genre.
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