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October 29 2009 Library Sciences Newsletter

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Take A Cruise! A Research Lesson Plan
Factual travel information is a useful method of learning how to conduct research.


"Shiver" by Maggie Stiefvater -- A Review
Grace has spent years watching the wolves in the woods behind her house. The winter of her attack has linked her to them in special ways. There is Sam, her special wolf, her love.


Halloween Vs. All Saints Day
Our reference desk takes a look at the origins of All Hallows Eve (Halloween).


Face Painting Books
Patrons seek out face painting books for Halloween, plays, and other activities. Library programs that feature face painting are popular and build good buzz throughout the community.


Flossie and the Fox: Story and Activities
Lessons from a smart girl will delight readers as Flossie matches wits with a fox. Enjoy this American version of Little Red Riding Hood.


A Gift For Your Favorite Librarian

This Book Is Overdue!: How Librarians and Cybrarians Can Save Us All
Even my family asks about the relevancy of libraries and librarians in the digital age. This lively and informative book about librarians in the digital age makes the case that we are more important not less.


My Secret Life

Even I cannot live on books alone. I need a stylish handbag to carry them in. I invite you to read my other musings at the Fashionista Politica Blog. As the title implies I not only share my latest fashion fascination, but share my political views. Warning! They may shock you.

Paula Laurita
Library Sciences Editor

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