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Ideas @ the Library

Page history last edited by Terry Doherty 12 years, 3 months ago

Librarians - especially Children's Librarians - are wild about books. They love not only sharing some of their favorite reads and spending time reading with your kids in story time, but they have lots of tips on ways to make your library experience worthwhile for YOU. As you'll see in the list below, there are lots of fun, easy ways that you can duplicate the "library experience" at home. 

 

Libraries [are] Experts at Recycling by Allen Berger :"Among our most precious resources are our books. It's fascinating to observe how books already are recycled in libraries. Many books are read, returned, borrowed (and recycled) more than a hundred times."

 

Great display ideas from Burlington Public Library.

  • Sharing library users' stories in a display at Burlington Public Library.

 

The Library Sleepover @ the ALSC blog (April 2009)

Masquerade by Abby @ Abby (the) Librarian (August 2009)

Passive Programs @ the Library by Abby @ Abby (the) Librarian (August 2009)

School-Library Partnership, Part 1 by Marge Loch-Weuters @ Tiny Tips for Library Fun (April 2009)

School-Library Partnership, Part 2 by Marge Loch-Weuters @ Tiny Tips for Library Fun (April 2009)

School-Library Partnership, Part 3 by Marge Loch-Weuters @ Tiny Tips for Library Fun (April 2009)

School-Library Partnerhips, Part 4 by Marge Loch-Weuters @ Tiny Tips for Library Fun (April 2009)

Stuffed Animal Sleepover by Marge Loch-Weuters @ Tiny Tips for Library Fun (March 2009)

 

see also: Learning about and Using the Library, Videos about Books, Videos about Libraries

 

 

Comments (1)

Susan Stephenson said

at 9:30 pm on May 1, 2009

So, you don't need to send me this. Hmm, this wiki thing is growing on me.

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