The (almost) complete history of “fake news” . . . according to the BBC
“How did the term “fake news” evolve – and what’s next in the world of disinformation?” BBC
Watch a BBC short video on the subject for an interesting overview on the topic. Then read Bunk, by Kevin Young, about “fake news” throughout history, and how it affects us today. Continue reading Misinformation and “Fake News”
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Hello fellow bookworms!Have you ever read a book that was AMAZING, but the cover was not so amazing? Well, I have, and it drives me a little insane when good books have covers that don’t reflect how great they are! So if you relate to this bookworm problem, then this is your chance to redesign your least favorite or favorite book covers with the book cover you think it should have!
Continue reading Redesign a Book Cover Contest for Teens September 1-30th
I love recommending books and as I have said before, it is so hard to choose just one to recommend! So I thought I would try something new for this month’s teen book pick. Here are ten quotes from ten different books that I loved reading this summer and definitely recommend adding to your to be read pile. Want to know more about each of these books? Then click on the title to read more about it in our catalog.
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“When women and girls are empowered to participate fully in society, everyone benefits.” -Melinda Gates
There are so many ways to celebrate Women’s History Month; read books and articles, watch videos, and even listen to books as we multitask our way though our days of work, both inside and outside the home. Continue reading Celebrating Women’s History Month