We are thrilled to extend our warmest welcome to CALIBA, our newest partner! Collaborating with new stores, publishers, and embracing all the fresh opportunities they bring is something that truly excites us. Stay tuned for even more exciting announcements coming your way soon!
RAMP (our catalog consortium) partners annually to produce our Summer and Holiday Catalog. Our catalogs benefit hundreds of of independent bookstores in our regions.
RAMP includes the New Atlantic Independent Booksellers Association (NAIBA), the Great Lakes Independent Booksellers Association (GLIBA), the Southern Independent Booksellers Alliance (SIBA), and the JUST ADDED California Independent Booksellers Alliance (CALIBA)! (more info)
Libro.fm is in a unique position for last-minute gifting. We expect our bookstore partners to have their biggest audiobook day of the year again on December 24th.
Libro.fm audiobook credit bundles come in 2- 3, 6, 9, 12 and 24-credit packs. This year, customers save 5% on the 12 and 24-credit bundles through December. Customers can also give individual audiobooks as gifts.
We'e also running a Credit Bundle Sale from 12/5-12/7:
All credit bundles will be 10% off, which only happens once a year.
Partner shops can visit Libro.fm/hub for additional key links and resources throughout the season.
Please let me know if you have any questions or feedback!
How School Book Bans May Implicate Civil Rights Laws Enforced by the Office for Civil Rights
The U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights recognizes that book bans may violate federal civil rights laws in certain circumstances. In this webinar, OCR will introduce the office, the laws it enforces, and the process to resolve potential violations.
The Office for Civil Rights enforces several federal civil rights laws that prohibit discrimination in schools, colleges and universities that receive federal financial assistance from the U.S. Department of Education. Federal laws prohibit discrimination on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex (including sexual orientation and gender identity), disability, and age. Any individual can file a complaint with the Office for Civil Rights.
Attendees will learn about: