Brooklyn Public Library Offers Free eCards to Teens Nationwide Facing Book Bans in Local Communities
Librarians and Teen Volunteers Spearhead Books UnBanned Initiative to Combat Censorship Brooklyn, NY—Brooklyn Public Library (BPL) is launching a new campaign today, titled Books UnBanned, to help teens combat the negative impact of increased censorship and book bans in libraries across the country. For a limited time, young adults ages 13 to 21 nationwide, will be able to apply for a free eCard from BPL, unlocking access to the library’s extensive collection of eBooks. “Access to information is the great promise upon which public libraries were founded,” said Linda E.
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APOD: 2023 April 26 – The Moon through the Arc de Triomphe
A different astronomy and space science related image is featured each day, along with a brief explanation.
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