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Ties in the library

I’ve written here at Nocturnal Librarian about libraries that lend more than books, including one NYPL branch that lets kids borrow dolls, and other libraries that lend cake pans, telescopes, tools, art, and park passes. 334 more words

Yet, Another Interview

So, I’m a little early for my job interview. Okay, a lot early. When I parked the car I was 51 minutes (!) early. Now, I’m just sitting in my car listening to… 702 more words

Librarianship

On Neil Gaiman and Libraries

By David Nilsen

“It’s important for people to tell you what side they are on and why, and whether they might be biased. […] So, I am going to be talking to you about reading.

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Gifted Education: Emotional Development IV

This week we are exploring the emotional development of gifted individuals. This is the section section of four parts.

How do we as parents, librarians, teachers, and counselors help? 372 more words

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Gifted Education: Emotional Development III

This week we are exploring the emotional development of gifted individuals. This is the section section of four parts.

How do we as parents, librarians, teachers, and counselors help? 739 more words

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Gifted Education: Emotional Development II

This week we are exploring the emotional development of gifted individuals. This is the section section of four parts.

How do we as parents, librarians, teachers, and counselors help? 537 more words

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Moving, CYPD, and more

I’m writing this, as I usually do, the weekend before it’ll be published. My apartment is in boxes, I’m attending my first library conference as a teen librarian tomorrow, and I’m eagerly awaiting Pitch Wars mentor announcements. 208 more words

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