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3 essential elements to consider when creating a voice for the #library: #storytelling, experience, and play – Interview with #MattFinch

Community engagement is an important aspect of libraries’ success in the 21st century.

To share some hands-on tips with you, we’ve had a chat with Matt Finch, a creative researcher working with libraries in Australia, New Zealand, Britain, and the USA to help them use storytelling with the community when creating a voice for the library. 446 more words


Rules of Rain by Leah Scheier

Rules of Rain by Leah Scheier

Release Date: 05/12/17

A dramatic new novel about the bond between a teen and her twin brother.

Rain has taken care of Ethan all of her life. 169 more words

Young Adult


When I was in the later years of high school and trying to figure out what I wanted to do with my life, I had no clue. 535 more words

Learning Teamwork with Cooperative Board Games

For the last several years, the gaming world has seen a real surge in the creation and production of new board games. This can include traditional family-style games, but also roll playing games, table top card games, strategy games, and cooperative games. 505 more words

New Selections for National Film Registry Include ‘Superman,’ ‘Titanic’ and ‘Spartacus’

“Superman” will fly forever, “Titanic” will never be sunk, “Memento” won’t be forgotten and “The Goonies” will never say die: these are just some of the motion pictures that the Library of Congress has chosen for preservation in its National Film Registry. 299 more words