With many students temporarily returning to virtual learning, we're here to help parents in any way that we can. And since this week includes two literary holidays — National Read a Book Day (Sept. 6) and National Literacy Day (Sept. 8), we wanted to share some tips for how parents can help …

Getting back to school in 2021 will look a little more like what life was like pre-pandemic. The first day for public schools will take place during the week of August 16, versus the after Labor Day start date in 2020, and masks will not be required in schools or on buses. However, they will…

When you need a book to read, Little Free Libraries offer a convenient spot due to their easy access and great selection. The book-sharing boxes are open seven days a week, 24 hours a day and are freely accessible to all, removing barriers to book access.

Libraries are more than just storage spaces for books, but rather serve as cornerstones of their communities. Gathering places that despite the rapid growth of all things digital, simply cannot be replaced. Through its network of 18 branches, Charleston County Public Library offers free educ…

Public school students will have a shorter summer than average due to the late start in 2020, but two months is still enough time to experience the academic “summer slide.” And as for the students who have been out for weeks now, it’s time to start a good ‘ole routine of reading, writing and…