The American Library Association (ALA) is attempting to prevent conservatives from organizing library gatherings as an alternative to drag queen story hours, claims children’s faith-based book publisher Brave Books. Brave Books obtained a recording of an ALA presentation where the organization’s Director, Deborah Caldwell-Stone, reportedly discussed exploiting loopholes to block Brave Books story hours. In response, Brave Books and author Kirk Cameron have called on parents and children to gather at libraries on August 5 for a “See You at the Library” event involving prayer, singing, and reading books of virtue. The recording suggests strategies to limit meeting room reservations for the event. “We knew the opposition in local libraries and media would try to derail and demoralize this movement, but we weren’t expecting the top-tier national library leadership to attempt to halt our efforts,” Brave Books said.