In honor of Shakespeare's birthday (and death day), we're looking back on this amazing conversation with Margaret Atwood on bringing Shakespeare into the 21st century,
In honor of Shakespeares birthday and death day were looking back on

Podcast #134: Margaret Atwood on Shakespeare in the 21st Century and on YouTube

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These bright and bold illustrated books and graphic novels will teach you how to go green well beyond Earth Day.
These bright and bold illustrated books and graphic novels will teach you

Great Graphic Books for Tweens, Teens & Adults to be “Green”

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Jodi Handler
Happy #EarthDay! Do you know the history of how this day came to be? Learn via documents from the founders in our archives.
Happy EarthDay Do you know the history of how this day came

Informed Archives: The Environmental Action Coalition and the Birth of Earth Day

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Have you ever seen the 19th century illuminated texts for William Blake's Milton: A Poem in Two Books? They're breathtaking.
Have you ever seen the 19th century illuminated texts for William Blakes

Milton, a poem in 2 books. - NYPL Digital Collections

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These ten suggested novels—fiction and nonfiction—can assist families in starting that conversation, help children sort out their feelings, and ease the grieving process.
These ten suggested novelsfiction and nonfictioncan assist families in starting

Time to Grieve: Books for Children and Families Coping with Death and Dying

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Shiv Kumar
Elaine T. Perez
The founders of Black Girls Create joined The Librarian Is In this week to chat what it's like to be a black girl nerd, defaulting to whiteness in books and pop culture, nerds vs. geeks vs. dweebs, feminism and visibility and representation - and, of course, so much Harry Potter.
The founders of Black Girls Create joined The Librarian Is In this

"Hermione Was Black. Dumbledore Was Gay." The Librarian Is In Podcast, Ep. 36

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We made you the perfect library-centric playlist.
We made you the perfect librarycentric playlist

Ten Songs about Libraries and Librarians

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Gloria Johnson
Jade O'Donohue
Matthew R Dyer
Fans of The Handmaid's Tale (or those who are on the holds list for the enormously popular book), give these reads a go.
Fans of The Handmaids Tale or those who are on the holds

Love ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’? Try One of These.

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This Immigrant Heritage Week, browse the incredible photographs of immigrants in the early 1900s collected by William Williams, Commissioner of Immigration at Ellis Island from 1902-1913.
This Immigrant Heritage Week browse the incredible photographs of immigrants in the

Ellis Island Photographs from the Collection of William Williams, Commissioner of Immigration, 1902-1913 - NYPL Digital Collections

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"I'm using technology to find my voice by experimenting on what is important in the world...you want to let people know in your own words how you feel about it, and you just want to express your feelings about it." - Krystin Gonzalez, Innovation Labs Student
Bernstein Award finalist Gary Younge talks about his book, Another Day in the Death of America, which charts gun violence fatalities among children and teens on one Saturday in 2013.
Bernstein Award finalist Gary Younge talks about his book Another Day in

Podcast #160: Gary Younge, Bernstein Award Finalist

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Be in the know about author talks, exhibitions, performances, and other events at NYPL on our NYPL Events page!
Be in the know about author talks exhibitions performances and other events

NYPL Events: What's Happening 4/17-5/1

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This #NationalPoetryMonth, read original manuscripts and handwritten notes from Walt Whitman in our Digital Collections - and join us at The Library After Hours: Walt Whitman & Ecstatic Poetry on April 28 to see some of our collection in person. (Learn more: [ On.nypl.org Link ]
This NationalPoetryMonth read original manuscripts and handwritten notes from Wa

Oscar Lion Collection - NYPL Digital Collections

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Jeanne Marie
It's Immigrant Heritage Week in New York City! We have a few book recommendations to celebrate, as well as events throughout Manhattan, Staten Island, and the Bronx.
Its Immigrant Heritage Week in New York City We have a few

We Are New Yorkers: A Reading List for NYC Immigrant Heritage Week

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Jodi Handler
What is grooved media? It goes beyond vinyl records - learn more at New York Public Library for the Performing Arts.
What is grooved media It goes beyond vinyl records learn more at

In the Groove at LPA

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Happy Easter! Explore the lovely and sometimes very weird vintage Easter cards in our collections.
Happy Easter Explore the lovely and sometimes very weird vintage Easter cards

Easter Cards in NYPL's Digital Collections

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Rosie Vreeland-Flickinger
Holly Hughes
Robbie Behrens
Discover research resources on notable African American designers and models at Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, New York Public Library.
Discover research resources on notable African American designers and models at Schomburg

Celebrating African Americans in Fashion

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Mohamed Farah
Which fictional librarians do the job justice? And which ones might need a little improvement? We rated a few of our favorites for #NationalLibraryWeek.
Which fictional librarians do the job justice And which ones might need

Our Favorite Fictional Librarians, Ranked

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Annie Grainia Donahue
Amanda Bacchi
Louie Brie
We're celebrating #NationalLibraryWeek over on our Instagram with vintage photos of our amazing librarians! Follow @nypl to see more.
Were celebrating NationalLibraryWeek over on our Instagram with vintage photos of our

The New York Public Library (@nypl) • Instagram photos and videos

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This week marks the anniversary of the publication of Madame Bovary in 1857 - here's what a few great writers have said about it since then.
This week marks the anniversary of the publication of Madame Bovary in

Great Writers on Madame Bovary

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