The Internet Archive, a nonprofit digital library, has just made 1.4 million digitized library books available—for free and with no wait list—to everyone in the world. Now you can finally take the time
Some teachers—and parents—are confused by conflicting claims about how to help kids understand what they read. One thing that’s clear: what most schools are doing doesn’t work. In my last post, I described
At the beginning of March, I experienced a new joy: I published my first book, a collection of essays investigating how Americans make meaning of their lives and what they do when their systems of meaning-making
Students, teachers, and readers can now access over 1.4 million books for free as part of the National Emergency Library, a project launched on Tuesday by the Internet Archive to aid remote learning efforts.
Books inform us, educate us, enlarge us—but they also transport us. Now more than ever, many of us are looking to literature for an escape from the ails of restlessness and anxiety. For some, now is the
Earlier today, the Apple Books app sent out a push notification offering a free Apple Book to users. The notification mentioned read-alongs for kids, cozy mysteries, and audiobooks for the whole family.
The beloved historic New York Public Library (NYPL) celebrates its 125th anniversary this year, and has undertaken a host of celebratory activities for patrons to enjoy this momentous milestone throughout
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