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Writer's Block

Can’t think of a darn thing to write about today.

So I’m just sharing this photo from a road trip of area libraries. You’ll see it again someday in an upcoming “Library Photo of the Month.”

Public Libraries

No book fairs. No Read-Across-America. No National Library Week. by Angela Ferraris

I was in fifth or around that grade when we discovered another library in the area. This was heaven sent. Truly. Two libraries now!  We had gone to Sunbury a few times to the seed store or the vet.   689 more words

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The five laws of librariarianship

Fernando Báez

Jeffrey reblogged this on Tales of a Librarian and commented:

Because it's always good to remember Raganathan's 5 Laws

Welcome to the Library?

Sunday, July 24, 2016

I go to the library often—the central one as well as the branches in various neighborhoods near my house—and it’s not at all unusual for me to see there some of the clients of the charity where I work.  749 more words

Contradictions

Seattle: Seattle Public Library

Why did I visit a library on my vacation? Well, I am a librarian, of course!

If I see a library, I like to pop in and check it out. 173 more words

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Get your (Board) Game on!

What was your favourite game to play growing up?

I loved Risk. I would spend hours with my brothers and sister strategizing and contemplating how I would take over the world. 310 more words

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Bibliotherapy: Various Schools

Bibliotherapy uses literature to bring about a therapeutic interaction between participant and facilitator…The goal is to reflect upon a question asked, and arrive at a fresh view of life.

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Bibliotherapy