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Celebrate National Reading Month by setting new goals

March is National Reading Month, and what better way to celebrate than to start a new book or set a new reading goal? Reading is...

Making marginalized communities the priority: Loudmouth Bookstore

“Loudmouth is a bookstore that uplifts the work of marginalized authors and highlights banned books. Everything you see in here was hand selected by...

John Green talks ‘freedom to read’ at IndyPL

The Indianapolis Public Library kicked off National Banned Books Week Oct. 3 with a fireside chat conversation with John Green and State Senator and...

Indiana native and Colts tight end Kylen Granson’s passion for literacy goes beyond the gridiron

Through his foundation KG’s Kids, Indianapolis Colts tight end Kylen Granson is giving six first-year teachers a library of racially diverse books for their...

RISE INDY working to bridge the literacy gap

RISE INDY’S new Freedom Readers Champion program is tackling literacy rates head-on. The local nonprofit hosted the second of three swag bag pickups for its...

Book review: “Crowned: Magical Folk and Fairy Tales from the Diaspora” by Kahran and Regis Bethencourt

There were magic mice and talking frogs. There were wondrous spells. And there were kings and queens, princes, princesses, lords and ladies, all of them white. But in "Crowned" by Kahran and Regis Bethencourt, it's time for a new kind of magic.

Revolutionary reading: Using literature to help youth tackle tough topics

The benefits of reading to and with children are innumerable and well documented. A 1985 report by the Commission on Reading said reading aloud with...

Pitney Bowes Foundation and Reading Is Fundamental Donate Libraries to 25 Indianapolis Schools

WASHINGTON— Twenty-five greater-Indianapolis Schools have been selected to receive library resources from the Pitney Bowes Foundation and Reading Is Fundamental (RIF) that will include...

Ind. reading summit aims to boost literacy skills

Education leaders will gather in Indianapolis on Thursday for a summit aimed at improving reading instruction in Indiana. State Superintendent Tony Bennett says literacy...
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