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May 14th Event Recap: Asian American Librarians and Library Services

As contributors to the newest and first book on this topic: Asian American Librarians and Library Services: Activism, Collaborations and Strategies, we (along with a couple of fellow Pratt alums and others) were a part of a  55 more words

A Writers Retreat

What do you get when you combine three published author bloggers and me, a converted hospital, rolling countryside, pig farms, beautiful beach huts and a spare weekend? 9 more words


Εθνική Ημέρα Μετακινούμενων Βιβλιοθηκών

Οι μετακινούμενες βιβλιοθήκες έχουν δημιουργήσει το ενδιαφέρον και κεντρίσει την προσοχή του ευρύτερου κοινού τα τελευταία χρόνια, όμως υφίστανται από τις αρχές του 1900 και ίσως λίγο νωρίτερα από τότε.



by jfalcon, April 5, 2018, first appearing on ilovelibraries

Every day, libraries of all types prove that they are powerful agents of community change. No longer just places for books, libraries now offer a smorgasbord of free digitally-based programs and services, including 3-D printing, ebooks, digital recording studios and technology training. 752 more words

Moline Library

Anatomy of a Miracle by Jonathan Miles

My Review:

After returning to Biloxi, Mississippi a veteran paraplegic, from an horrific event in Afghanistan, Cameron Harris lives with his sister Tanya, spends a lot of time drinking and manages to get around in a wheelchair.   786 more words

Book Reviews

Literacy is the building block of life

Recently I read a book about a couple that wasn’t your average love story, these two were  intertwined in a romance involving a love sick boy and an adventurous cougar who has a young heart. 500 more words