Black History Month: Winter Olympians

Today marks the start of the 2018 Winter Olympics aka the XXIII Olympic Winter Games! Around the world people will watch their fellow countrymen represent  and do their best in Pyeongchang County, South Korea. And because it’s also Black History Month, I wanted to also celebrate the African-American men and women athletes with this poster I made in Piktochart.  Enjoy:


Infographic: Black History Month Firsts

Happy Black History Month! Here’s an infographic I made detailing some of our people’s achievements. Also if you’re on Duolingo’s Tiny Cards site I created flashcards of Black History Firsts.



Banned Books Week Infographic

As Banned Books Week continues, here’s an infographic created by that features information that was originally published during National Library Week in the State of America’s Libraries Report 2017

Banned Books Week: Infographic-Understanding Book Challenges

Here’s an infographic from the American Library Association titled Understanding Book Challenges. It explains who challenges books, the main reasons given for the challenges, and where the challenges are placed.


Here’s another infographic depicting the top ten most challenged books of 2015.


Banned Books Week: Top 10 Most Challenged Books of 2015

On this second day of Banned Books Week and we start off with this inforgraphic from the American Library Association. It details the top most challenged books of 2015 and the reasons for the challenges. Check it out below:


National Library Week Infographic: Types of Libraries

As we near the end of this year’s National Library Week, today’s post focuses on the different types of libraries that exist in our communities. Libraries can come in all shapes and sizes, they can be private or public and more. So here’s my infographic I created via Piktochart last year for Uncanny Pop.