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16: Ginger Pye


In this episode of Team Friendship Reads the Newberys, we discuss and review the 1952 Newbery Medal winning book Ginger Pye by Eleanor Estes. 429 more words

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Arizona State University: ASU scholars save priceless manuscripts from obscurity

Arizona State University: ASU scholars save priceless manuscripts from obscurity. “‘You never think you’re going to discover an unknown library ever in your career,’ said Corine Schleif, Arizona State Univeristy professor of art history. 92 more words

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Creatives in profile: interview with Anne Beate Hovind, the curator of the Library of the Future

In Norway, a thousand trees have been planted in a forest just outside Oslo. In 100 years’ time, they will be used to make the paper for an anthology of books, which will form part of the so-called ‘ 3,925 more words


A lovely library day

At 08.30 this morning I was picked up but Anne, my library colleague from the   University of Alberta    .   We headed to the environs of the university where there are some beautiful buildings… 539 more words

Urban Librarians Conference

On April 13th, I attended the Urban Librarians Conference at the Brooklyn Central Library. The keynote speaker was Jessamyn West, a librarian, blogger, and activist known for creating the website librarian.net. 299 more words

How-To Festival 2018

JMRL is hosting its 2nd Annual How-To Festival on May 5 from 10am-2pm at the Central Library. Learn a variety of subjects in 30 minute or less. 313 more words

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