Four Kentucky children will each win $1,000 to put toward a college savings account this year by participating in a summer reading program at their local public library.
Fayette County Public Schools is launching 4-Reading Out Loud, a new literacy initiative spotlighting African-American authors who write books with children of color as the main character.
The Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education (CPE) and the Kentucky Department for Libraries and Archives (KDLA) are partnering to provide all state residents with free access to the Kentucky Virtual Library during the upcoming school year.
The Kentucky Association of School Librarians rolled out the red carpet on July 16 to recognize individuals for their service to the organization and to the libraries they serve.
The Kentucky Library Association held its awards luncheon Sept. 20 at the Galt House in Louisville.
The media services team from Fayette County Public Schools received the 2018 Award of Merit from the Central Kentucky Association of School Librarians.
Students at Morton Middle School in Fayette County have a new hunger for reading thanks to library media specialist Alaine Carpenter.
To encourage children and families to read throughout the summer, MetaMetrics – an educational research group that partners with the Kentucky Department of Education – offers the free research-based tool “Find a Book, Kentucky.”
The American Library Association (ALA) announced the top books, video and audio books for children and young adults at its Midwinter Meeting in Denver in February.
Four librarians share their tips and methods for researching, writing and apply for grants have been well-rewarded.