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About PBS Books


PBS Books is dedicated to connecting books with audiences by engaging them in unique experiences to spark their curiosity and encourage a life-long love of reading and learning.  PBS Books brings together public media, the publishing industry, and some of the most important voices, influencers, and cultural institutions in America today. PBS Books is: 

     ● A driver of the daily conversation around books, writers, reading, and big ideas; 

     ● A ready partner for major literacy-focused events and organizations; 

     ● A key conduit to libraries and national and local literacy organizations; 

     ● A connector to important daily issues and important PBS programs and initiatives; 

Over the last four years, PBS Books has interviewed outstanding authors at national book festivals, developing an amazing archive of more than 600 contemporary author interviews.  PBS Books is now developing a library engagement program sponsored by the Knight Foundation

PBS Summer of Space program line up

American Experience screenings

Opportunity for free screenings of PBS programming

Monthly Curated Booklists (an adults and youth list focused on the Moon--youth flier and adult flier)
* Access to an archive of 650+ videos (lots of great videos on poetry still in time for Poetry Month)
* Social Media Accelerator (crossposting ability and much more)
* Ability to take learn about livestreams related to books and the future of libraries





PBS Books List

PBS Books List is a monthly book list produced by PBS Books to correspond with national PBS programming for adults and children/YA.

PBS Books Video Book Club

PBS Books is offering options for libraries to utilize their archive of 650+ author interview videos through a video enhanced book club.


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