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Graphic Novels for Adults and Reluctant Readers
Of all adult collections, graphic novels are often the most misunderstood and frowned upon. However, they can be tremendously helpful in a variety of ways for your adult population.
Family History Projects for Children
Genealogy is the rage for adults, here are some ways to involve the children in appreciating their family history.
Out-of-Style by Betty Kreisel Shubert, a Review
Patrons have trouble dating old photos? This book might help.
Technology in Libraries, Hope or Hype?
The landscape of technology is changing fast. Does the library really need every new shiny thing on the market?
Podcasting Library News
Podcasting. What is it? How can you leverage it for your library and/or library staff? Find out here.
The Demonologist by Andrew Pyper, A Review
Colombia University Professor and specialist on Milton's Paradise Lost finds that evil can exist in the real world as well as within the pages of the famous poem.
Reading Literary Fiction
Literary fiction, the term freezes the blood of those who had bad experiences with it, but it doesn't have to. Here are a few titles that are classified as such that were very fun to read.
Five easy ideas for quick displays.
43 Old Cemetery Road - A Book Review
Kate Klise’s series 43 Old Cemetery Road is a fast-paced story about a boy who likes to draw, a man who writes children’s books, and a ghostly author who refuses to leave her house until she publishes a novel. A great series for boys or girls. Even parents will like this one.
Using Children’s Books as Starting Point
There are a great many books in the Children’s Room that lend themselves to a variety of different uses other than the ones to which they have been assigned originally.
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