Audiobooks are becoming more popular than ever. Diana Giovinazzo (WNBA-LA) shares how she became an audiobook convert.
In honor of Children’s Book Week (April 29–May 5), Ellen Myrick shares some insight into the international children’s book market.
Priscilla Goudreau-Santos, WNBA-Charlotte’s Publicity Chair, shares what she has learned about the importance of using strategy to market your chapter’s events. In her article, she describes various ways chapters can market their events.
Linda Lee, WNBA-SF, has been teaching people how to blog since 2007. In this post, she describes how to decide if blogging is the right choice for you.
Reading books is good for us. Audrey Webster, a member of the WNBA-NYC, explains how reading affects our brains.
Some of us were born with the Volunteer Gene. So, we really can’t help it — when we hear, “I want to make this happen, but I can’t do it alone,” and “this” sounds like a great idea — we’re there! Finding Your People I joined WNBA-DC in the mid-2000s. At the time I was […]
As we celebrate National Library Week April 7–13, 2019, we take a look at the types of libraries that exist, and the kinds of resources that libraries provide their communities.
The Women’s National Book Association (WNBA) celebrates its talented membership each month by posting WNBA Members’ Noteworthy News. Check out what our members have been up to!
Diana Giovinazzo (WNBA-LA) shares the story of Jessie White Mario and explores how we can advocate for women’s stories throughout the year.