Monthly Archives: April 2023

Reflections, Connections, and Library Perceptions.

April – A treasure trove of connections that tie to libraries, librarians, and ties to education itself. From poets, authors, titles, events, advocacy, and poetry, there was enough to carry in one month to the whole year of ways school … Continue reading

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Baker & Taylor – TitleTalk: Summer Fall 2023 Previews today.

April 26, 2023 – Kudos and a HUGE thanks to DLA’s Catherine Wimberley, Jaclyn Hale,https://dla.lib.de.us/ and YSD’s Susan Elizabeth Cordlehttps://dla.lib.de.us/divisions/ysd/ and to the Route 9 Library and Innovation Centerhttps://www.newcastlede.gov/1389/Route-9-Library-Innovation-Center and to Baker & Taylor’s Spring and Fall 2023 title previews … Continue reading

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We have to Rescue Ourselves.

Stay tuned, this amazing insight into this film – coming! It was AWESOME seeing Senator Buckson, Peggy Geisler, Lisette Cabrera Gallozo, Margie Cyr, Zjhodell Hudson, as well as Maureen Whalen as panel members for this INITIAL, FIRST SHOWING of this … Continue reading

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What do School Librarian Patrons Think of Their Library?

We asked them – and well we think that the opinions speak for themselves- we discovered advocacy is experiencing what you learn and learning to support and celebrate the places we learn! Ms Conway – I think the library is … Continue reading

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Consortium? What is the Delaware Library Consortium?

Information on how the latest collective of growing resources for Delaware patrons is being made available – coming shortly – stay tuned!

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Ever. World War, Project Gutenberg, Star Trek, and Vinyl.

I actually had the chance to have a half day, during Easter Break, to think about the deeper implications of what School Library Month means. This was after a trip to the Library of Congress as part of the Book … Continue reading

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D.E.A.R – April 12th

We have some great comments for Drop Everything and Read Day, April 12th! Take a Look: Mickie – Well Harry….my favorite books are anything by Lisa Gardner or others similar to her. My favorite position is upright in a rocking … Continue reading

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Absolutely nothing more needed said. Nothing.

When I heard this amazing podcast about how fast it all goes by – so much came to mind: “Mary Louise Kelly on her memoir ‘It. Goes. So. Fast. The Year of No Do-Overs’ “ The cars that refuse to … Continue reading

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Emma…I know Emma!

Jane Austen’s adapation, known as Emma, coming to Woodbridge High! In knowing this, there are some things you need to be aware of:

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