Monthly Archives: November 2010

We’re Almost There

I’ve blogged about how to upkeep your libraries collection, what books you should add to your library, what are some great fundraisers to keep your library open, how to fight at a town meeting, and many many more. Well 2010 is … Continue reading

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Outgrowing Update

I posted a could weeks back about outgrowing a library, let me just tell you since I told my boss my revelation, we have weeded out VHS, JFIC, and EJFIC. We have moved our BOCD, on the shelves that once … Continue reading

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Teddy Bear Sleepover

Who owns a teddy bear? These fluffy, cute, and cuddly animals are owned by just about every child.  A great free event to hold at your library is a Teddy Bear Sleepover! Teddy Bear Sleepover Plan Books: Corduroy Winnie the … Continue reading

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Library Mascot Update

A while back, I posted about Library Mascots. Now, seven months later, it is still one of the most searched blog posts here, so I decided to give a little update on Giles, my library mascot. Giles, the beta fish, … Continue reading

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Author John Green

Author of Will Grayson, Will Grayson, An Abundance of Katherines, Paper Towns, and Let It Snow: Three Holiday Romances,  is known among teens as John Green, half of the VlogBrothers. John and his brother Hank talk to each other for … Continue reading

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Outgrowing Your Library

It’s every librarians worst nightmare, shelving a book and realizing that there is no more space! The first thing you think of doing is weeding, but then you realize that you just weeded last week! You try to move stuff … Continue reading

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The Cardturner by Louis Sachar

The Cardturner by Louis Sachar, author of Holes, is about Alton, a teenage boy, who is forced to play bridge with his blind, dying, uncle in attempt to get Uncle Trapp Lester, to add his family into his will so … Continue reading

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