I’m a librarian in Connecticut, interested in exploring ways the library can support learning at every stage of life. I am a firm believer in the importance of reading for young children. Reading books, hearing stories, making up their own tales – all of that is crucial to developing a young brain. Growing children and teens can learn about and discover themselves in stories, they can learn about history and the world around them. A good work of non-fiction is so much better than any textbook. Learning doesn’t end with teenhood either. Adults need stimulation and education, too. Stories, history, science, art – everything is connected, everything is available at the library. What will you discover when you follow your own rabbit hole?