National Library Week April 12-18 2015

I forgot to mention this yesterday. I got sidetracked. Yesterday was the start of National Library Week! This year’s theme is: “Unlimited possibilities @ your library┬«.” The time of theContinue reading “National Library Week April 12-18 2015”

NYC Libraries Open Less Compared to others in NY state

According to a report, conducted by the Center For an Urban Future, the city’s public libraries are opened only 46 hours each week, compared to libraries in Nassau County andContinue reading “NYC Libraries Open Less Compared to others in NY state”

LibraryReads List April 2015

If you are looking for your next read, here is a list of LibraryReads top ten books published this month that are loved by librarians: At the Water’s Edge byContinue reading “LibraryReads List April 2015”

For Schools With No Books, A Digital Collection So They Can Have A Real Library | Co.Exist #education #digital #libraries #literacy

#ReadingMyLibrary Challenge

To keep up with the theme of libraries today, I am signing up for the #ReadingMyLibary Challenge! This was started by fellow book bloggers, Stefani @Caught Read Handed and AmyContinue reading “#ReadingMyLibrary Challenge”

Reading in America | Visual.ly

Found this originally on Pinterest Reading in America | Visual.ly.

James Patterson Donates $1.25 Million to School Libraries

James Patterson Wants to Give $1.25 million to School Libraries Author James Patterson donated a $1 million to 175 independent bookstores a few months ago. Now Patterson is turning hisContinue reading “James Patterson Donates $1.25 Million to School Libraries”