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Hurrah for Ivy & Bean!

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3 Key library assets: People, place & platform: “The platform is the most valuable asset, Garmer said, describing it as a set of resources and tools the library offers to the community that can be programmed in any way users … Continue reading

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Reading reduces stress, helps keep the mind active as you age, and helps people sleep better. Cool research on different types of reading. I think there is a place for both – print and ereaders- and yes, they are different. … Continue reading

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Did you know there are more public libraries in America than McDonald’s restaurants? Or that 50% of Americans used a library last month? If not, you might want to check out this infographic on Amer… INFOGRAPHIC: Checking Out America’s Libraries

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so very awesome! UN Women announces Emma Watson as Goodwill Ambassador | UN Women – Headquarters

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Reading is not an option

“Reading is not an option” was his platform as YA literature ambassador, and he once told School Library Journal, “As a young man, I saw families prosper without reading, because there were always sufficient opportunities for willing workers who could … Continue reading

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“Walter often wrote books about the most difficult time in his own life—his teenage years—for the reader he once was; these were the books that he wished were available when he was that age. Throughout his life, Walter worked to … Continue reading

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Updated library signs for the times

schoollibraryjournal: If you’re attending the 2014 ALA Annual Conference in Las Vegas next week, stop by the Library Journal / School Library Journal / Horn Book / Junior Library Guild booth (829) and pick up a free copy of this … Continue reading

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What to read when TFIOS is checked out . . .

historyhobbit: Books for the wait list blues. #tifios #teens #bookdisplay this is so  needed in our library! how about yours???

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Open Books Open Minds

chplteens: READ DO IT.

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