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Reader's Advisory: Native American and Indigenous Literature by Women

This RA was for myself. I grew up in the Finger Lakes region, right in the middle of Haudenosaunne (Iroquois) territory. The Onondaga Reservation is a bout 40 minutes from the house I grew up in. 1,978 more words


I GOT PROMOTED!! (a blog in gifs)

Y’all read the title. I am now the Youth and Teen Services Coordinator for my library system. I’ve moved from branch services to administration. I’m responsible for system wide programming and initiatives as well as overseeing A LOT of Youth Services staff. 471 more words



writing challenge: November 6, 2017

Prompt: use a line from a favorite movie to inspire your writing

Movie: The Mummy (2000)                       Scene: Evie and Rick talk by the fire… 74 more words

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Online Course to Build Support for Library Funding

Nearly 90% of library funding is dependent on the will of local voters and local politicians. Understanding these power structures is essential so you can help influence these individuals to ensure continued funding for your institution. 355 more words


Lucinda D. Conger

Title: Librarian

Location: Bethesda, Maryland, United States

Lucinda Conger, Librarian, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Educators for dedication, achievements, and leadership in library sciences.

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Review: The Lost Letter

The Lost Letter by Jillian Cantor

Riverhead Books, 2017. Hardcover, 336 pages.

The Lost Letter depicts the story of a stamp and how it ties together multiple families over decades and across two continents.   519 more words