Join the #ReadersUnite Movement with the Free Library!

By Kate C. Tue, January 3, 2017

As we turn the page on 2016 and embark on exciting new chapters in 2017, a nationwide social media movement is afoot! Led by the New York Public Library (NYPL), libraries and cultural institutions across the nation are highlighting the power of books to show that reading truly does build knowledge, understanding, and empathy – a few things we all need right now.

Starting today and extending throughout the month of January, we encourage all library lovers and voracious readers to share what books they’re currently reading (or listening to) by sharing via social media with the hashtag #ReadersUnite. The aim of the campaign is to bring readers everywhere together to share ideas and information freely. Selected posts will be retweeted and reposted by the Free Library and other participants!

Be sure to keep up with what others are reading by following the hashtag. Now let’s all come together through the power of books!

Follow the Free Library on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram today!

Join the #ReadersUnite movement today!
Join the #ReadersUnite movement today!


The Oak Lane Library Bibliophiles meet to discuss selected books chat and chew and share thoughts insights and good humour We have also joined in discussion with readers from the Ogontz branch Our 2016 reads were:The Good House by Tananarive Due,Lazaretto by Diane McKinney Whetstone,Yes Chef by Marcus Samuellson (with African dishes and beverage) Year of Yes by Shonda Rhimes ending the year with poetry share and selection of 2017 titles:Hidden Figures by Margot Lee Shetterly,Born A Crime by Trevor Noah,Another Brooklyn by Jacqueline Wolfson,Passing by Nella Larsen,Loving Day by Mat Johnson Our excellent Librarian Deb Ahrens facilitates discussion for each of the One Book One Philadelphia selections
Freida Williams - Oak Lane Thu, January 05, 2017

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