Connect with your patrons in profound ways

It’s exciting to see how the public library continues to transform itself to serve users in unique ways. The movement to support equity, diversity, and inclusion is a prime example. While these initiatives are still in the infancy stage for many libraries, they’re an integral component in meeting community needs and creating a safe space for patrons.

To get these initiatives off the ground at your library, it may be necessary to fill the gaps in your current collections. Gale offers a variety of primary source and eBook content to help your library connect with patrons in profound ways. Topics covered by Gale content include social justice, women’s rights, mental health, immigration, economic welfare, religion, LGBTQIA+, and race and ethnicity. 


Not all children learn how to read at the same rate. Some may be unmotivated or see reading as little value; some may lack visual acuity; and some may be diagnosed with a learning disability. Whatever the reason may be, Gale offers a no-tech, low-cost solution to meet these students’ needs.

Learn how large print books can improve student reading comprehension and boost confidence.
Thorndike Press is a leading publisher of large print—offering nearly 700 high-interest fiction and nonfiction titles in a format perfect for striving readers.