Inspired by Bluechickenninja, who was inspired by Perpetual Page-Turner, here’s my list of books read in 2015. I couldn’t begin to take Page-Turner’s survey: it is way too hard, and would take me way too long! But I will say … Continue reading
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I spent last weekend at a Wisconsin lake cabin with five women I went to high school with (yes, a long time ago.) It was beautiful.
How did you do on this list of 21 Books from the Last 5 Years That Every Woman Should Read?
It’s July, it’s summer, and it’s hot here in the Midwest. Some say “warm,” but I say hot.
A Novel Idea (reposted from American Libraries). Libraries have long . . . provided public forums for book discussion, long before talk-show host Oprah Winfrey renewed interest in book clubs in 1996. . . . In our more modern, connected, … Continue reading
This is a loosely-themed library blog after all! So I have to share this article from Huffington Post: 10 Books People Pretend They’ve Read. Here’s the list: 1. “Nineteen Eighty-Four” by George Orwell 2. “War and Peace” by Leo … Continue reading
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Today a friend was giving me a tour of her very busy branch library. And then she told me about World Book Night. What? Something about World Book Encyclopedia? A night somehow dedicated to the encyclopedia? No, no, silly!! World … Continue reading
Do you struggle to bring boys into the library and get them excited about libraries and books? You may find helpful info in the American Libraries article Connect Guys With Books. It is the story of how the New Albany–Floyd … Continue reading
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