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A Meeting of Two Authors: Children's Author Deannie Humphreys-Dunne

Meet children’s author Deanie Humphreys-Dunne.  We were introduced by a mutual friend who saw that we had some common interests in writing children’s stories, animals, and horses.    148 more words


First Love, by Jan Owen

Titian’s Young Englishman with a Glove, circa 1530

It happened in Physics,
reading a Library art book under the desk,
(the lesson was Archimedes in the bath) 105 more words


The British Museum – through the Lens of a Camera pt. 2

This is a continuation of my blog update from yesterday. The images you will see here are taken my by myself-probably very clumsy, in my walk around the British Museum on the 31st August 2015. 522 more words

Public History

The Library Lovers Book Tag!

Who else here loves libraries? They’re just so great and best of all they’re FREE lol. Don’t get me wrong, I love buying/collecting books but I’m not going to go out and buy EVERY book I have an interest in reading. 367 more words

Young Adult

Friday Fun for the End of Summer Term

Happy Friday, dear readers! I hope you had a lovely week and, if you are in the United States, have a lovely holiday weekend planned. Today, I wanted to share a grab bag of articles and things that are fun and useful and may help you to keep some of the summer feeling as we go into the school year and into fall. 283 more words

Just For Fun


Our collections needs to be able to breathe, just like the community members that use our space. When our collections get clogged up, they become a mess. 226 more words


You Have Failed Me for the Last Time!

Two librarians in our district had me laughing so hard this week that grumpy cat would have spontaneously combusted if he was within hearing distance. 129 more words